At the beginning of the year we discussed spring seed starting and now it is fall seed planting season. Typically, you need to start your fall seeds 10 to 12 weeks before your first frost date. Read labels carefully as this time frame is a generalization and you might need more or less time in the growing process. Below is a great list to get started planting this summer for great eats all fall.
10 Fall Vegetable Seed Varieties —
- Purple Mustard Greens
- Brussels Sprouts
- Swiss Chard
Above is a video that features fall seed planting for a raised bed, container, or garden and shows how easy it is to plant a fall garden. Get out and start your seeds for your cold weather crops right now!
Shawna Coronado is a Jung Seed Brand Ambassador and is also an author, columnist, blogger, photographer, and media host with green lifestyle living, organic gardening, and anti-inflammatory culinary who campaigns for social good. Shawna’s garden and eco-adventures have been featured in many media venues including PBS television, as well as national radio and news tv. Her successful organic living photographs and stories have been shown both online and off in many international home and garden magazines and multiple books. You can learn more about Shawna at http://www.shawnacoronado.com.