If you're looking for the best vegetables to plant in October, check out these kitchen garden crops to seed and plant to get the most out of your garden.
Garlic is traditionally grown from individual cloves during the cold months of the year, from October to February.
Onions can typically be planted at the same time as fall garlic. Both crops require 4 to 6 weeks to mature before a strong winter or significant frosts strike.
Many of the same tasty vegetables that we suggested you to plant in September are also excellent selections for October.
Plant turnip greens in late August to October for an autumn crop; for a spring crop, plant 2 to 4 weeks before the final frost.
Plant the seeds straight in the garden in October. They'll grow swiftly, and you'll be able to harvest them when they're the size of large marbles (in about a month).
Planting time: early spring (mid-March to mid-April) or fall (early October to mid-November).
Lettuce is an excellent crop to grow in October, as winter approaches. They come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and colors.
Mache thrives during this time of year and germinates best in temps around 65 degrees during the day. So October is an excellent time to plant.
Plant kale in October and you'll have your first crop of baby greens in November.
Are typically sown in July and August, then planted out in September and October to grow slowly over the winter and be harvested from late February to early June.