Plants That Grow Well In September

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September is coming up and so is a new season. Do we have any clue what to add to our gardens for this time of the year? Well, if there is a struggle there, like there is for me, this will be a big help. Here are some great plants to start growing in September, and it is broken up by different regions. Hopefully this can help make things a little easier!

 

 

South Canada and Northern U.S.

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These plants thrive in this region, but can also do well in central U.S. and midwest regions.

1. Arugula
2. Collard Greens
3. Lettuce
4. Mache
5. Mustard Greens
6. Peas
7. Radishes
8. Spinach
9. Turnips

 

New England and Mid-Atlantic

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These plants will do great in this area!

1. Arugula
2. Spinach
3. Mache
4. Lettuce
5. Bok Choy
6. Radish

 

North Central U.S and Rocky Mountains

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These plants are for all of the Iowans and Nebraskans out there!

1. Arugula
2. Lettuce
3. Spinach
4. Mache

 

Northwest Pacific

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This part of the United States include Washington and Oregon.

1. Arugula
2. Bok Choy
3. Collard Greens
4. Mustard Greens
5. Lettuce
6. Mache
7. Spinach
8. Radish

 

Southeast/Gulf Coast

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This area tends to be a bit warmer, so there are a lot more options than most.

1. Beets
2. Arugula
3. Bok Choy
4. Cauliflower (use transplants)
5. Carrots
6. Broccoli (use transplants)
7. Brussel Sprouts (use transplants)
8. Kale
9. Lettuce
10. Collard Greens
11. Mustard Greens
12. Turnips

 

Southwest Region

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Here are some great options for those of us in the southwest region.

1. Beets
2. Arugula
3. Bok Choy
4. Cauliflower (use transplants)
5. Carrots
6. Broccoli (use transplants)
7. Brussel Sprouts (use transplants)
8. Kale
9. Lettuce
10. Collard Greens
11. Mustard Greens
12. Turnips
13. Cabbage (use transplants)
14. Leeks
15. Swiss Chard
16. Radish
17. Spinach

 

 

 

 

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