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Summer is coming to a close, and that means it’s time for those beloved fall vegetables! Planting in the fall, or in September to be more specific, is a great way to get ahead for next year OR to reap the benefits of veggies that actually grow during this time! So what to plant in September, you ask? Keep reading to find out what you can plant in September and enjoy soon or get it prepped for next season!

What to Plant In September

Spring Onions

spring onions

Although you won’t get to enjoy them this season, if you sow them now, they’ll be ready to go by April! Sow the seeds in thin rows or sow 10-20 seeds together in a pot.

Spinach

spinach

Sow spinach seeds right now and you’ll be able to enjoy either baby spinach or regular spinach within just a few weeks! Just be sure not to wait too long as the weather may cool quickly!

Spring Flowering Bulbs

wood hyacinth

Plant daffodils, crocus, and hyacinths at the end of September to facilitate your gardening work in the spring. Once the ground thaws, your bulbs will come right up!

Radishes

radish harvest

Radishes are one of the fastest growing crops, and it’s always a great time to plant them! Sow the seeds now and have ready-t0-eat radishes in just 3-4 weeks!

Spring Cabbage

cabbage

Choose a sunny spot to sow your spring cabbage seeds in the fall, and reap the harvest in the spring! It takes some time for spring cabbage to grow, so that’s why it’s a great idea to plant it in the fall!

So now that you know what to plant in September, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to planting!

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