Broccoli

Broccoli grown during cool weather will have a sweeter flavor than its warm-weather counterpart

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Cabbage likes cool but not freezing temperatures. It will not form a head but will instead split or bolt if exposed to too much heat or severe frost

Snapdragons and Nemesia

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This fall container from VSF of New York City is both imaginative and beautiful.  the giant gourd and flowering kale really drive home the autumn feel.

Fall Container With a Gourd

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This basket of flowering cabbage will look even better as the weather gets colder and the colors deepen.

Flowering Cabbage

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Purple Fountain  Grass  With Wire Vine

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This fall container garden will last well past the first frost. It uses purple fountain grass and creeping wire vine

Large-leafed lamb's ear (Stachys byzantina) is a great fall container plant. It can be beautiful in a mixed container or alone in a pot

Lamb's Ear

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This container garden in a rustic basket is made for the shade. The 'Summer Splash' fuchsia and purple shamrock

Fuchsia and Purple Shamrock

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This large terra cotta pot is stuffed to the brim with fall plants. They include the large-leafed lamb's ear,

Lamb's Ear, Sweet Potato Vine, and Kale

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Birch Bark Pot With Mums and Wire Vine

This birch bark-covered nursery container takes about 10 minutes to make.

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Their smaller structure and frequent use in the kitchen make herbs a no brainer to grow close at hand. like chives, basil, cilantro, oregano, and thyme.

Peppers in a Fall Arrangement

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