Mixed Cool Fall Season Vegetable Garden Seed Collection Varieties Organic Heirloom Non-GMO Seeds Bin#250

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Creating a fall garden is a rewarding endeavor! Extend your growing and harvesting season by sowing these frost-tolerant vegetables in summer to enjoy into the cool Autumn days and even store some into winter!

Summer might be high season in the vegetable garden, when tomatoes, squash, and other warm-season plants are in overdrive, but autumn can be just as productive. If you begin planning and planting in late summer, you can extend your harvest of garden-fresh produce well into fall and even winter by growing cool-season crops. For example, try sowing fast-growing salad crops to quickly fill in the most bedraggled summer vegetable beds. And many sweet root crops like beets and carrots as well as cabbage cousins like kale can continue growing for several weeks beyond the first frost.

Thomas Jefferson started his gardening year early, and advised that "a thimbleful of Lettuce should be sowed every Monday morning, from Feb. 1st to Sept. 1." This collection offers a range of delicious and nutritious cool-season vegetables that can be sown directly in the garden or started indoors and transplanted when the soil can be worked. As Jefferson recommended, make successive plantings to enjoy fresh produce from your garden all season long.

The collection includes the following seeds:

Beet Gourmet Blend Organic for Roots and Greens
Cabbage Carrot Red Cored Chantenay Kale Premier Blend Lettuce Mesclun Mâche Big Seeded Radish Easter Egg Blend Radish Mix Rutabaga Mix Swiss Chard Five Color Turnip Mix Arugula Bok choi / Chinese Cabbage Pak choi / Bok choi Cilantro / Coriander Cress Kailaan / Gai Lan Mibuna / Mizuna Spicy Mustard Greens Peas Spinach Broccoli Cauliflower Kohlrabi Onions Leeks Bush Beans Brussels Sprouts Parsley

A list of some of them will be listed below and we are offering them in this incredible package deal! Open-pollinated mixed varieties of seeds. 100% NON-GMO. Guaranteed Fresh, Vegetable Gardening Seeds

Days to Harvest: 30+ Days # of Seeds per Collection Packet: 250+ Seeds

Germination rate 95%

Since most of these varieties are perennials, you can prune them and bring to the garage or cover them outside as they will come back stronger next year. Do not forget to harvest some seeds from them since they will be more adapted to your climate.

Store Seeds: Store seeds away from children, sealed in their packaging in a cool, dry, dark place, or in a fridge. Never store them in a freezer as the sudden temperature drop is likely to kill them. Don't leave the seeds in direct sunlight as the heat generated may kill them. Our seeds are guaranteed to germinate. Once the seeds have sprouted, please understand that we cannot be held responsible for the many uncontrollable growing and climatic conditions that must be met to ensure the success of your crop(s). I try my best to make my buyers happy and would appreciate it if you'd contact me first if you have any questions or problems with your order. If you open a case before contacting me first, I will automatically block you from future purchases. Thank you for your understanding.

FREE GIFT when you order 5 items or more. Free gift is full of surprise seeds which may include single or mixed varieties.

Species: Variety of peppers. We do NOT make any claims that you will receive all 50+ seed varieties since we have no way of knowing which are which.

Get the Garden Ready Make room for your fresh crop of fall vegetables by removing garden crops that are no longer performing well (such as tomatoes that have succumbed to disease or peas that have burned out from the heat) or ones you've already harvested (sweet corn, for example). Pull any weeds so they don't steal moisture and nutrients from your new young plants. Take advantage of the open planting bed to incorporate a 2- to 3-inch-layer of well-decomposed compost to get your fall veggies off to a great start.

Start From Seed You'll probably grow most vegetables for your fall garden from seed. Use the extra seeds you didn't plant in the spring or purchase new ones. If you start your seeds directly outdoors, plant them a little deeper than you would in spring; the soil is typically moister and cooler an extra inch or two down.

Growing Tips: Extend your growing season later into fall by protecting your plants from frost. Cover the garden with an old sheet, blanket, tarp, or row cover when frost is forecast.

FAQ: When should I start my fall garden? Your region’s first and last frost date will dictate when to sow veg. In order to ensure your fall garden matures before the first frost, get it started in mid-summer (typically late July to early August, depending on your hardiness zone). There are tons of plants that will grow well in cool weather, but many need to be started while it's still a bit warm outside and the days are longer. Count back the days to maturity for any plant from the first frost date. That day will be the last day you can sow it.