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
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.
This basket of flowering cabbage will look even better as the weather gets colder and the colors deepen.
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
This container garden in a rustic basket is made for the shade. The 'Summer Splash' fuchsia and purple shamrock
This large terra cotta pot is stuffed to the brim with fall plants. They include the large-leafed lamb's ear,
This birch bark-covered nursery container takes about 10 minutes to make.
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.