Looking for plants and vegetables to plant for a fall harvest? If you are then these are the best choices you can make.
Have your storage stocked with all the fresh veggies to last you all season long. A successful fall harvest depends on what you plant now so better make sure you take one from this list.
What to Plant for a Successful Fall Harvest
I’ve been thinking about what to plant in my garden. It’s late summer and I want to have the best fall harvest ever. I’ve been planting for years now but this year, I want to make sure that I get the best out of it. So if you’re also planning on what to plant so you’ll have fresh and delicious fall foods, then follow this list!
Plant pumpkins in time to harvest them for your fall decors and fall food. If you want to know exactly when is the best time to plant pumpkins, read more about it here.
A root crop that can survive frost and almost freezing temperatures. Add this to your list of things to plant.
My healthy go-to snack. Get everything you need to know on how to plant them in spring here.
A fall crop that’s easy to grow and offers a bountiful harvest. Get some tips in planting them here.
Some vegetables taste better when harvested in fall or early winter. It’s true in parsnips’ case. Get everything you need to know here.
— Homesteading (@HomesteadingUSA) October 7, 2015
It takes about 50-90 days to mature, then it’s harvest time! Learn more about them here.
I just can’t imagine not having kale on our dinner table. Make sure you’re stocked all fall and get everything you need to know here.
Just imagine what healthy dishes you can make with these greens. Check out how to grow broccoli for fall here.
Enjoy a salad all autumn round when you make your lettuce harvest. See how to plant a fall lettuce garden here.
After some frost exposure, I’m sure you’ll agree that they’re the best you’ve ever tasted. Find out how to grow collards here.
Want to see a fall harvest in action? Then watch this short video from OneYardRevolution:
Which vegetable are you planting for your fall harvest? Let me know below in the comments!
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