Fall Harvest Planning

As summer yields to fall’s gentle embrace, it’s time to ready your garden for an autumn harvest. Navigate this seasonal shift with our guide on what to plant and when, ensuring a plentiful harvest during this transitional period.

Early Fall: September to October

Commence the season by planting fall-flowering perennials like asters and chrysanthemums. This is also the prime window for sowing cool-season vegetables such as carrots, beets, and radishes.

Mid-Fall: October to November

Continue the autumnal planting by incorporating ornamental grasses and late-blooming flowers. Plant garlic for a future summer harvest and introduce winter-hardy vegetables like Brussels sprouts and kale.

Late Fall: November to December

Conclude your gardening endeavors by planting spring-blooming bulbs like tulips and daffodils. Apply a protective mulch layer to shield your plants from winter’s chill, and dream of the splendid garden awaiting you in the next spring.