Fall Plant Preferences

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We love the fall garden in houston

The early fall garden in Houston is reminiscent of the spring garden-delicious tomatoes, squash, beans, cucumbers, and greens like Arugula and kale.  The difference?  The temperatures are starting to drop rather than climb and it's a little more enjoyable to be outside again.  

We're so excited to grow with you this season.  Please look through our early fall selection of vegetables and herbs and let us know your preferences.  

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Nightshade

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Goosefoot

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cucurbit

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legumes

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alliums

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aster

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brassica

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umbellifer

 
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Greens
Sweet lettuces, Arugula, Mustards & Kale can all be planted by seed now. We will do our best to match your installation with your desired salad flavors.
Herbs
Woody herbs will last throughout the year but can be planted at this time as well. Cooler weather herbs can be planted in September & October.
Legumes
Cooler weather is ideal for sweet peas and Fava beans. Both require a trellis for growth.
Peppers
Peppers can only be planted for the beginning of fall but can produce a good harvest before the weather cools significantly.
Root Crops
These plants are highly nutritious and enjoy growing in cooler weather. Beets and carrots (planted by seed) can take months to grow but radishes can be available in about 45 days.
Flowers
Flowers bring bees & butterflies to the garden & help ensure pollination. Plus, they're beautiful!
Please let us know if you'd like more or less of any particular thing. Or if you want to be sure we don't include something you dislike.