When it comes to growing, spring is the best time. There are many plants that grow well in other seasons, each has its own growth feature to suit weather conditions, it’s no exception during the fall season either. In this article today, we’ve rounded up the 12 Best Vegetables and Flower to Plant in October that helps you grow your organic garden. From hearty greens like kale, arugula, or spinach to delicate pansies and tulip flower bulbs, there is something for you.
October with the cold weather of the fall is the ideal condition for many vegetables and flowers. Be grown in their loved season, they not only grow well but also give gardeners great tastes. So, if you’re ready to graduate from your plants then these will make great additions whether they’re used raw as ingredients on top of salads or cooked into dishes. Keep reading to choose your favorite plants.
Peas are the perfect summertime crop but they also grow well during cool or fall months. Give them sunlight and fertile soil to have the best sweet taste.
Daffodils are the perfect flower that will last throughout winter. This flower prefers moist soil and sunlight for at least 6 hours a day.
Shallots need warm soil temperatures for their best growth, so you should grow them in the fall and have a temperature range from 35-90 degrees Fahrenheit throughout their life cycle.
You should grow Crocuses before the first frost. They will display pretty flowers during winter even when there is snow on the ground.
Arugula loves the weather of October, it will bring some greens into your diet, and enjoy fresh with young leaves 6 to 8 weeks later.
Irises prefer warmer weather between 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit and proper drainage.
Pansies grow well in containers, need regular watering, and require just the right amount of sunlight for their growth.
The fall is the best time to grow garlic. Give it 6 to 8 hours of sunlight per day.
#9 Flowering Cherry Tree
Flowering Cherry Tree will bloom towards the beginning of spring, so, grow them in the cool weather of October to see their pink buds the next time.
Hellebores prefer to stay in a shade or partial sun, depending on your location, with well-drained soil and fertilizer.
When fall temperatures start dropping (ideally six weeks before) is the best time to growing this nutritious veggie. Don’t forget to follow with an early spring frost for optimal growth.
You should start planting tulips in good quality potting mix in the fall because this flower love average night temperatures are between 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit