I went to the nursery today to pick up some more seeds to get ready for planting for Fall. Yes, here in Texas, we are already acting on getting them going. Time flies when are having fun growing!
I only have space for about 24 seed pods, so I have to choose carefully. My plan is to start a few things by seed, and then when the weather gets cool enough here in about 6-8 weeks, directly sow everything else.
This is what I have:
Kale- Nero di Toscana
Lettuce- red salad bowl mix
Spinach- Giant Noble
Brussel Sprouts- Long Island
Radish- Cherry Belle
Argula- Rocket Salad and Slow Bolt
Artichoke- Green Globe
Onion- Red Bunching
Carrot - Danvers 126
Beets- Ruby Queen
Peas- Green Arrow
Strawberries! -- Can't find at any of my local nurseries though. Hopefully a little later in the summer they will start stocking them.
Most of these I have either directly sown or bought transplants of. I have only really started seeds indoors for my Summer collections, this will be the first year to start out the Fall.
Anyone else in the South gearing up to the do the same thing? Let's talk while we are suffering indoors with 100+ weather than even my okra seemed to be stressed about!