Fall Florida Vegetable Garden Seed Pack
16 Vegetables that will grow well in Florida during the Fall Season
- Bush Beans - Bush blue lake
- Broccoli - Waltham 29
- Brussels Sprouts - Long Island
- Cabbage - Red Acre
- Carrots - Chantenay Red Core
- Cauliflower - Snowball Y Improved
- Collards - Georgia Southern
- Kale - Lacinato (Dinosaur)
- Kohlrabi - Purple Vienna
- Lettuce - Black seeded Simpson
- Mustard - Florida broadleaf
- Spinach - Bloomsdale
- Swiss Chard - Red Ruby
- Tomato - Floradade
- Turnip - Purple Top White Globe
- Watermelon - Sugar Baby
All Vegetables and varieties recommended have been chosen because they are known to grow in the fall time in Florida’s unique climate. Each individual seed packet will contain between 30-50 seeds and you will receive 16 packets of seeds.
This pack will contain plenty of seeds for you to have a variety of whatever you would like in your garden.
Number of seeds per pack: 30-50
Type: All Seeds Are Heirloom
When to Plant: This package of seeds has been specifically designed for the Florida garden to plant in the Fall time. This will have slightly different meanings to you depending on where you live in the state. Those in North and Central Florida can begin starting transplants in August to be planted into the garden in September. Those in South Florida should begin planting transplants in September to be transplanted into the garden by October.
Planting instructions: Plant seedlings in an area that gets at least 6-8 hours of full sun. Vegetables love the sun. Ensure the soil in the area has been amended in some way. Florida dirt is not ideal for vegetables.
Germination time: Varies based on the plant.
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Using the same blend of soils in different containers, I have very different outcomes! I don’t know why. I wish there was some advice on when to harvest and what the vegetable looks like when it’s time to pick it.
Hi Josh, I’m starting to mix my dirt. I’m using gardening soil with cow manure, Could you tell me if I should should add something else to the soil. I’ve had a late start this time getting started. My husband has serious health problems, so it’s been doctor doctor for months. In the fall I started some seeds in pots, lettuce, red cabbage, tomatoes ,had a few tomatoes, some lettuce, then they dried up because I didn’t couldn’t get to them, red cabbage still growing. This time was more of learning experience for me. Have one galvanized planter with legs this time. Need to know how much manure should be added to the garden soil. Thresa
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Very happy with your quality and production. Seeds are outstanding thanks