What can you plant in the fall?
Triple cross for crispy, juicy lettuce with semi-savoyed leaves, flashy color and unique shape.
Attractive bright green, ruffled leaves with red edges and extra crunchy pink midribs.
A standard-type broccoli with vigorous, staggered production.
Mild, sweet onion that can be eaten raw or cooked. Slightly flattened bulbs that store well when cured properly.
Invaluable herb for culinary use and an essential of Mexican, Indian, Asian, and many other cuisines.
Vigorous plants grow in upright tufts. Produces abundant white blooms in late summer.
Very dark green curly parsley for garnishes, salads and cooking.
Diablo is a dependable, disease-resistant and productive variety.
A more compact habit makes this basil ideal for a container. Slower to bolt and resistant to the Fusarium wilt fungus.
Improved Giant of Italy-type parsley with larger and darker green leaves with sweeter flavor.
Attracts butterflies, especially Monarchs, with its vibrant color.