Spring is the time of crops, you want to harvest fresh and organic vegetables in this season instead of start sowing your seeds, you should work this in autumn. If you don’t know what plants grow properly in the cold weather of the fall to harvest in the next spring, this post today will help. Here, we are so glad to share the list of 13 Vegetables Grow In Autumn For A Harvest In Spring.
You just need to make time for it and when spring comes spring, even later this winter, your fall planting of garden seeds will have been all worth the effort. Collards, carrots, spring onions, winter radishes and more, not only grow well in this season but also have taste better as they through the cold days of winter so they produce the most amazing taste. When growing them, in addition to giving basic needs like soil, water, fertilize, you just give them a straw mulch to keep your seeds warm and protect them from the frost.
Collards love to be grown in nitrogen-heavy, compost-rich soil. Besides, you should give this vegetable a good mulch blanket and let the cool winter months help to break down the seed casings.
Carrots require rich and “fluffy” soil for their growth. Covering them with a few inches of straw to protect your seeds from the cold and will hasten their germination the following spring.
#3 Spring Onions
When seeding the Spring Onions, let’s cover the seeds with compost and mulch, they sleep soundly throughout the winter and they’ll poke their heads up out of the soil once the weather warms.
#4 Winter Radishes
Winter Radishes grow well in any soil, but fertile soil that has plenty of sand is best.
#5 Brussels Sprouts
Brussels sprouts love the cold and this season also makes them taste better. If seeds are sown in the soil during the autumn season, they will pop up and grow over the winter.
#6 Perpetual Spinach
Perpetual Spinach prefers to be sown in a nitrogen-rich, compost-filled, well-draining bed that has plenty of sand in it.
When planting beets in fall, you should give them a straw mulch blanket, or eaves and wood chips to protect them from frost.
Kale needs cool weather for its growth best. You just poke the seeds about 1/2 inch deep into nutrient-rich soil, then add a thick layer of mulch on top. The following spring, it’ll explode into action.
Peas need well-draining soil as the seeds will rot in the ground if their surroundings are too damp. To sow, firstly, work potassium- and phosphorus-rich compost into the soil along with sand and perlite. And then, sow the seeds 1 inch deep, and cover them with straw mulch.
Garlic needs compost-rich, well-draining beds for garlic to grow well.
If you cover mulch your turnips well with high-quality straw, this vegetable promise to feed you well come early spring.
Asparagus are perennial and require at least three years to establish themselves, so your patience is important to harvest this veggie.
#13 Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard prefers warm weather for its growth, so it can germinate into a piddly, late autumn crop if it gets the suitable condition.