For those who crave fresh salads most of the year, a popular selection of varieties with the potential to survive the winter with protection and resume vigorous growth in the spring. Photo courtesy of Fedco Seed.
Care: Plant 12-16″ apart in rows 16-18″ apart in a mostly sunny area. Pick within 2-3 weeks of maturity for best flavor.
Late-season vegetables adapted to tolerate both the heat of late summer and the cool nights of fall. Harvest in late summer or fall. See our Fall & Winter Vegetable Guide for specific planting/harvest times & freeze-out temperatures.