What are the best vegetables and fruits to grow in fall?

Question by James W: What are the best vegetables and fruits to grow in fall?

I’m located in San Antonio, TX.
Please list as many as you can – personal experience please!

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Answer by sfchang314
this might be something good to bookmark

http://localfoods.about.com/od/searchbyregion/a/TexasFruitsVegs.htm

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2 Responses to “What are the best vegetables and fruits to grow in fall?”

  1. Danny says:

    pomegranite

  2. Jamie A says:

    Check out this link: http://www.palmers.co.nz/gardening_calendar/march.cfm

    The seasons are 6 months out because this site is from the southern hemisphere (NZ). So for your autumn, check out this NZ site’s March.

    Plant seedlings of beetroot, broccoli, brussel sprouts, cauliflower, spinach and silverbeet.

    Sow seeds of carrots, parsnips, radish, lettuce, spinach, silverbeet, beetroot (mild climates only), swede and turnip directly into the garden. These will need thinning later. Seeds of broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and brussel sprouts are best sown in trays for planting out later.

    Plant herbs in pots or the garden. Parsley can be grown from seed sown now. Perennial herbs such as chives, mint, thyme, rosemary, sage and marjoram can be divided and replanted. Basil, a summer annual, should be harvested
    before the cold weather. It can be dried or frozen.

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