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15 Vegetables YOU MUST Grow in FALL or AUTUMN

hello everyone this is jack in this

video i'm going to cover 15 vegetables

you must grow in fall

so let's get started number one garlic

garlic is one of the easiest and

maintenance free vegetables to grow

which provides good value as well

you can buy seed garlic or you can use

organic garlic bar from grocery stores

do not buy conventional garlic to grow

because conventional garlic is usually

sprayed with gross suppressant chemicals

to start your garlic plants use bigger

garlic cloves

to figure out the depth and spacing all

you need is a thumb

and a hand that garlic should be planted

about a thumbs length deep

and a hand's length apart this basically

corresponds to planting garlic cloves at

least two inches deep

and six inches apart and row spacing

should also be

six inches apart i made a video on

complete guide to grow garlic so check

that video out if you're interested

you can also plant garlic in containers

as well as soon as the leaves begin to

die back

garlic is ready for harvest garlic is

ready to harvest in about eight to

nine months number two potatoes potatoes

love

cool weather below 80 degree fahrenheit

you can plant potatoes in spring and in

fall

when planting in fall make sure you give

predators at least three months of

growth before the first frost

plant the whole potato one inch below

the soil plant and row spacing should be

12 to 18 inches apart

harvest potatoes after three months and

you will get a lot of potatoes

potatoes are a lot of fun to grow

you can also plant potatoes in

containers as well

plant potatoes at least six inches below

the top of the container

this way you can add more growing medium

to the container as potatoes continue to

grow

this is similar to mounding the potatoes

number three onions which you can also

harvest as green onions as well

if you have mild winters you can grow

onions in fall and grow them all the way

up to maturity in late spring

zones above eight are suitable for

planting onions in fall

to grow them all the way up to maturity

however if you live in an area with cold

winters which is below zone 8

and you want to grow onions to maturity

you must grow onions in early spring

however you can always grow onions in

fall and use them as green onions

you can grow onions and green onions

directly from seed by sewing seed

quarter of an inch down

and the row spacing and plant spacing

should be four inches apart

the type of onions you should grow in

fall are called short day onions

i also made a video on how to grow lots

of onions so check that video out as

well

green onions can be harvested many times

depending on the size so keep enjoying

those green onions

number four green beans now green beans

take about two months before producing

so plant green means at least two to

three

months before the first frost this could

be in august or september depending on

yuzon

keep in mind that green beans planted in

fall are little slow growing than green

beans planted in spring

green beans can also be planted indoors

and then transplanted outside

i have a video on starting green bean

seedlings in rain gutters and then

transplanting all of the green bean

ceilings all at once directly in your

garden

this rain gutter idea is very convenient

for seedlings that are closely planted

check the video or if you're interested

i'll leave a link to the video in the

description

when starting green beans plant the

seeds one inch deep plant's fishing

should be three inches and row spacing

24 inches apart

while bush beans grow on their own pole

beans require a trellis or some sort of

sports structure

you can start harvesting green beans

just two months after planting

number five cilantro cilantro loves

weather below 80 degree fahrenheit

so as soon as the weather cools in

summer and the temperature starts to dip

blow 80 degrees fahrenheit

you can start planting cilantro and you

can start harvesting cilantro just

one month after planting plant cilantro

seeds quarter of an inch deep plant

spacing should be six inches apart and

row spacing 12 inches apart

cilantro is one of those plants that

does not like to be transplanted because

it develops a tap root so if you do want

to transplant cilantro you can use the

rain cutter idea

you can also grow cilantro in containers

or pots as well

next you can direct some root vegetables

in your garden in fall

or autumn and the root vegetables that

grow the best in fall

are number six radish number seven

carrots number eight beets

and number nine turnips these vegetables

can be grown in fall

and in spring to grow root vegetables in

fall plant seeds at least three months

before the first frost

plant seeds of all root vegetables one

quarter of an inch deep plant spacing

should be three to four inches apart and

row spacing 12 inches apart

carrots can be planted a little closer

at two to three inches apart

radish only takes one month to harvest

so if you start planting your at least

three months before the first frost

you can do succession planting and get

at least three crops of radish before

the frost hits turnips take

2 months to harvest and both carrots and

beets take 3 months to harvest

number 10 lettuce lettuce likes cool

weather and it will bolt in warm weather

so plant lettuce seeds and fall as soon

as the temperature drops below 80 degree

fahrenheit plant lettuce is

quarter of an inch deep and both plant

spacing and row spacing should be 12

inches apart

you can harvest lettuce seeds as the

plant is growing and you can also

harvest a whole head of lettuce in about

two to three months depending on the

variety

number 11 spinach spinach can also be

grown in spring or in fall

to grow spinach and fall plant spinach

cheese at least two months before the

first frost which could be in september

or october depending on your zone

plant spinach seeds one quarter of an

inch deep both plant spacing and row

spacing should be 12 inches apart

you can start harvesting spinach leaves

as soon as they're big enough to eat

which is about 30 to 40 days after

planting

number 12 kale to grow kale in fall

plant klc's at least three to four

months before the first frost which is

august

or september depending on your zone kale

is frost hardy and can tolerate frost

very well so even if you plant kale a

little bit later in october that will

work as well

plant kale seed is about quarter of an

inch deep plant spacing should be 12

inches apart and row spacing 18 inches

apart

once the kale leaves develop about six

to eight sets of leaf you can start

harvesting kale leaves leaving at least

three to four sets of leaves

number 13 swiss chard swiss chard also

makes a really good fall vegetable you

can start growing swiss chard about two

to three months before the first frost

which is usually august or september

depending on your zone

seed depth should be half an inch deep

plant spacing 12 inches apart and row

spacing anywhere from 18 to 24 inches

apart just like kale you can start

harvesting swiss chard leaves as soon as

the plant has about six to seven sets of

leaves leaving at least three to four

sets of leaves

if you want smaller babies fish or

leaves you can start harvesting leaves

about

30 days after planting if you want

bigger and mature leaves you can start

harvesting leaves 45 to 60 days after

planting

number 14 mustard mustard is really good

to saute along with spinach

you can start growing mustard in fall at

least two to four months before the

first frost which is anywhere from

august to october

plant mustard seed is half an inch deep

plant spacing should be three inches

apart and row spacing nine inches apart

this will yield the maximum harvest as

the mustard plants are growing

top of the flowers to encourage the

plant to grow more leaves

you can start harvesting mussel leaves

in about one and a half to two months

after planting

when harvesting mustard you don't have

to get rid of the mustard flowers since

mustard flowers are also edible number

15

fenugreek you can buy fenugreek seeds

from online store or even a spice store

before planting first soak the seeds in

water for two hours

plant the seeds half inch deep plant

spacing can be anywhere from one to

three inches apart and row spacing 12

inches apart

after two months the whole bed starts to

fill in and you can start harvesting

fenugreek at this time

fenugreek will keep coming back and keep

producing a lot more leaves

until the frost hits few other

vegetables that deserve honorable

mention to grow in fall or autumn

are broccoli cabbage and cauliflower

however

these are a little bit harder to grow as

they're more susceptible to

pests and diseases if you want to give

these a try they're also a very good

addition to the garden

i really hope you enjoyed this video and

i'll see you in another video

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