This will be our third fall and winter during which we will attempt to continue to grow some veggies while the temperatures drop and then stay low. I have been meaning to start a few thing inside for a couple of weeks now, but time has continued to escape me until now...I finally found some time to get some seeds started for our fall crops!
Here's what I've started under our grow lights that will be transplanted out later, once the killer temps fall back a bit:
- brussels sprouts (never grown before)
- broccoli (yes, I'm trying it one more time)
- mustard greens (never grown before)
- pac choy (never grown before)
- snap peas
- sassy salad mix
- mixed greens
As soon as some space opens up in a few beds, I'll be direct sowing:
I've also decided to start a few more herbs in small pots outside that will be brought in when the temperatures drop. I am hopeful that a few of these herbs will survive throughout the winter on our tiny kitchen windowsill:
Now it's your turn! I'd love to hear what you're planning for your fall garden! Am I forgetting anything essential to the fall garden?