Planting isn’t just a spring activity. If you're wondering what you can plant in the fall, the answer is almost anything. Spring may be special, but fall is fine for planting. Turf grass, spring-blooming bulbs, cool-season vegetables, perennials, trees, and shrubs can all be effectively planted in the fall.
Fall has distinct planting benefits. Autumn's cooler air temperatures are easier on both plants and gardeners. The soil is still warm, allowing roots to grow until the ground freezes. In spring, plants don't grow until the soil warms up.
Fall has more good days for planting than spring does, when rain and other unpredictable weather can make working the soil impossible. And there's a lot more free time for gardening in autumn than in always-frantic spring.
What you can find in stock now or very soon at Rolling Ridge:
Bulbs: Tulips, Daffodils, Allium, Crocus, Hyacinth and more.
Cool-Season Vegetables: Assorted greens like Swiss chard, Romaine, Spinach and Lettuces, Snap-Peas, Beets, Radishes, Carrots, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts and others to meet your veggie needs.
Annuals/Container Plants: Re-fresh your containers with terrific fall plants like Mums, Kale, Pansies, and many other fun choices.