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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Nightshades
Tomatoes
Tomatoes should be planted in August to harvest before cold temperatures arrive. For best growth, tomatoes need to be tended weekly.
Peppers
Peppers need weekly attention with fertilizing and pruning but can produce until winter.
Cucurbits
These plants are best started from seed. Pollination is a must for success and these plants will require weekly attention for pruning and fertilizing.
Legumes
Beans grow best when planted from seed. 'Pole beans' require a trellis while 'bush beans' can grow along the edge of your garden.
Greens
While we wait for the cooler weather for sweet lettuces, Arugula, Mustards & Kale can all be planted by seed now.
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.
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.