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Veggies To Grow In November

Jenn Smith

Posted on November 04 2019

November is a tough month for gardeners, with the cold weather and hardening soil; but there is still time to grow winter vegetables for salads and side dishes. Here are some cool weather vegetables to grow in November while the soil is still warm. 

  • Greens/Cabbage/Spinach/Lettuce/Kale
  • Broccoli
  • Cauliflowers
  • Peas
  • Carrots
  • Onions
  • Garlic

Plant these winter crops sooner than later - especially if growing direct from seed; so, the seeds do not decompose before they germinate. Alternatively, seeds can begin growing in a greenhouse or warming area and transported to a garden. Don't expect to see life from these crops until the ground is warmer. There will not be a burst of growth from December-February until the soil warms back up.

As always, remember to perform deer management strategies during the late fall - early winter months to avoid deer damage. Install deer fence that is at least 7.5' feet high to rid deer from lawns and gardens. This action will keep deer away from gardens moving into spring when garden plants are thriving with energy.