What To Sow And Grow In The Month Of November. We’re officially entering Winter, but that doesn’t mean you have to halt any gardening until the Spring. November, despite the cold, is actually a great month to get out and garden.
I should note also that this guide is curated around the United States and is meant for people living within this country.
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Many plants you will be seeding out this time of year, you are preparing for a Spring harvest. But, November does open up a lot of opportunities to grow something different in the garden. Many fruits flourish in the cold as young plants.
So, let’s get started on what we are growing in November.
Sow Indoors Or In A Greenhouse
- Pak Choi
- Spring Onion
- Winter Salads
- Herbs such as dill, chives, basil, and parsley
Direct Sow Outdoors
- Hardy Broad Beans
- Cabbage plants
- Asparagus crowns
Fruit To Plant Outdoors
- Blueberry plants
- Raspberry canes and blackberries
- Strawberry plants
- Rhubarb crowns
While the growing season does unfortunately slow down this time of year, it does open up new plants that haven’t been in your garden yet. So go ahead and try something different in November!
What To Sow And Grow In The Month Of November
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