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20 thoughts on “What to Plant in September | Gardening Advice | Roots and Refuge Farm

  1. I love your videos and I haven't gardened since I was a kid but want to get back into it I really love root vegetables but I cant find the video you said you were putting up on that in this video. Please help

  2. I had a spinnach plant that grew in the winter, by the time the snow came it was huuuge, the leaves were like A4 paper sheets, that happened in february. And i dug under the snow to find it and make a salad, the plant was just sitting there with a lot of snow on it like it didnt mind at all. Here in Central Europe the winters arent that bad anymore.

  3. Hi Jess, I’m in Southwest UK (zone 8 ish) I’m growing cabbages, kale, carrots, leeks, Brussels Sprouts, lettuce, peas, onions and garlic this autumn. It’s been a weird year so far…we had three months of no rain, it’s just come back. So I’m sowing now while the ground is moist and seeds will germinate. 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻

  4. 9b. I have 20 tomato plants in pots, green beans, summer lettuce, bell peppers, Swiss chard, and okra. It’s been raining for days here and might have a tropical storm this weekend. I hope our plants survive.

  5. Zone 4b…ideas on anything for fall? I am hoping to try to overwinter some kale lettuce spinach in pots in our small hoop and possibly heat it.

  6. I live in North Carolina ,I like to plant chili pepper seed in September. Do you think it’s have enough time for chili to have a flower and ripe?

  7. zone 9B! I planted all of my root vegetables two weeks ago. They are germinating! For the 1st time, we have tried beets and carrots and I am amazed at the germination rate. The Asian pear season is over and I'm beginning to get persimmons. Kale and cabbage is in the ground. Thank you for sharing. I am 32 miles SW of Houston.

  8. Just found your channel while watching random growing videos. I live in Cabot and have never really grown much. I’m incredibly excited to have a local source of information for planting. Love the channel and root veg as well. 👍🏻
    Have a great day.

  9. When you say some of these items can overwinter, I’m assuming that’s only applicable if a plant is in the ground? Not in a container? Thank you!

  10. We're in Zone 10a and had a fairly hot summer here in Southern California. Our self seeding tomato plants have really taken off as the original plant has been removed from the Garden. Potato plants are flowering and lettuce is starting to grow. Our Jalapeño Pepper plant is full. I'm looking forward to relocating the tomato plants to make room for some seeds. Need to take a look at my seeds and get them in the ground. Thx for the inspiration!!!

  11. Hey jess. I appreciate the short video. Sometimes I just like to watch a quick something!
    I am in zone 8a and my summer garden is still mostly producing. I have mixed greens, carrots, radishes, cucumbers, cabbage, purple broccoli, Brussel sprouts, spinach, and kale all planted for a final harvest. I have some tomatoes that I planted later than my original ones as well, I am interested to see if I get a harvest from them. My first set of tomatoes is still producing.

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