What can you plant in the fall?
Cape gooseberries are closely related to tomatillos, but produce a sweet-tasting fruit. Great for jam and fruit leathers.
Large, attractive pods are crisp and flavorful. Can be grown with or without support. High yield and vigor. Organic.
This sweet and crunchy, large-podded snow pea is a delicious snack.
Oblong, 3- to 4-inch leaves form a dense clump setting off showy ray-like flowers with a large center on mostly leafless stems.
Compact variety. Light lavender-blue flowers bloom in July, and often last through September.
Compact catmint with felty, gray leaves. Fragrant, dark periwinkle blue flowers cover the shrub all summer and early fall.
Golden-yellow, single daisy flowers attract butterflies and bloom for many weeks.
Large leaves with a prominent, flat wide mid-rib grow in an upright rosette that is beautiful in a bed or container.
Flat, pale, misty-green stems form a thick, heavy base with broad, oval, rich green leaves.
A fine-leaf chive variety for fresh use whenever a mild savory onion flavor is desired.
Excellent for salads and cooking, retains color through cold and warm growing conditions.
Very slow to bolt and offers repeated harvests of dark green, smooth leaves.