What should I grow in Autumn? A basic list!

It’s a bit hard to remember exactly when to plant your seeds! I have also missed that window of time and been cross at myself, hoping my seeds will last until the next suitable season! But here is a little list that might help you when you need it most 🙂

HERE ARE SOME GREAT VARIETIES THAT YOU CAN PLANT IN AUTUMN!

We have most of these in stock in our store now!

Beetroot
Broad Beans
Broccoli
Brussel Sprouts
Cabbage
Carrot
Cauliflower
Chives
Coriander
Dill
Fennel
Kale
Lettuce
Mint
Mizuna
Mustard
Onion
Parsley
Peas
Pak Choy
Radish
Rosemary
Sage
Shallots
Snowpeas
Spinach
Thyme
Tomato Winter Mix
Turnip

HERE ARE SOME GREAT FLOWER VARIETIES THAT YOU CAN PLANT IN AUTUMN!

Alyssum
Baby Blue Eyes
Baby’s Breath Gypsophila
Bells of Ireland
Black Eyed Susan
Calendula
Chinese Forget Me Not
Columbine Aquilegia
Coneflower Echinacea
Cornflower – Centaurea
Cosmos
Delphinium
Digitalis – Foxglove
Forget Me Not
Hollyhock
Love In A Mist – Nigella
Nasturtium
Pansy – Viola
Poppy
Queen Anne’s Lace
Rudbeckia
Sea Holly
Snapdragon
Sweet Peas
Sweet William – Dianthus
Virginian Stock

*Always check your local conditions first, this list is a suggestion only and mostly applies to places with a temperate climate with a mild winter. Some of these varieties  (Poppies for example) will sit in the ground and not sprout until Spring but do need cool temperatures over winter to allow germination in Spring so don’t throw your pots out!