15 Fall Vegetables To Plant Now
Plant These Fall Vegetables in Your Garden Plot
Hardy carrots are a great fall vegetable to roast, and they're so easy to grow yourself. You'll want to harvest the carrots once they begin to develop color. Learn more.
The quintessential Southern green, its leaves grow sweeter after a frost. It can usually be harvested all winter. Learn more.
These humble veggies have recently experienced a surge in popularity, and they’re a great fall and winter vegetable to grow in your garden. They can even withstand frost, so they’re likely to stick around even in cold conditions. Learn more.
This superfood is just one of the leafy greens that grows well in the fall, and nothing can rival the taste of a salad made with home-grown lettuce. Learn more.
Beets can be continuously sown from late spring all the way into late summer and early fall. They’re very low-maintenance, making them a stellar laid-back addition to your fall garden. Learn more.
These colorful purple-and-white streaked bulbs will be a beautiful addition to your fall garden. They’ll flourish alongside your carrots and radishes. Learn more.
'Red Giant' Mustard
As the plant grows, leaves change to a beautiful reddish burgundy. Learn more.
Kale’s crinkly blue-green leaves are packed with vitamins and antioxidants. For a more ornamental variety that will add bright purple color to your salads, plant ‘Peacock Red’ kale. Learn more.
Cauliflower can grow in the summer or the fall, so plant this crop in the middle to the end of the summer for a bountiful fall harvest. Learn more.
The ‘Tres Fine Maraichere’ endive is a French heirloom with finely cut leaves. To blanch the plant (make it pale), place a flowerpot over the top one to two weeks before harvest. Learn more.
'Red Acre' Cabbage
This cool-weather plant produces gray-blue leaves with reddish veins. Its heads weigh about 3 pounds. Learn more.
No fall table is complete without a plate of charred, roasted broccoli. Plant these seeds alongside your cauliflower for a colorful harvest. Learn more.
Purple Pak Choi
Also called bok choy, this mild-flavored Asian green is almost too pretty to eat. It's great in stir-fries. Learn more.
Cabbage gains the most flavor when it grows in cool weather, so the fall is the perfect time to grow this leafy vegetable. Learn more.
Radishes are one of the quickest-growing fall plants, reaching their ideal harvest point in just four weeks. They're a great addition to fresh salads or slaw. Learn more.