What Is Best Thing to Plant in September

The radish, which carries the scientific name of Raphanus Sativus, is a vegetable-grown horticulture plant.

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Radishes

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The green vegetable broccoli resembles a tiny tree in some ways. It belongs to the plant species known as Brassica oleracea.

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Broccoli

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Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is an annual plant of the family Asteraceae. Although occasionally cultivated for its stem and seeds, it is typically grown as a leaf vegetable.

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Lettuce

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Rinse and dry your squash. Slice off the stem and bottom ends of the squash, so that both ends are flat. Slice the squash in half and lightly salt.

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Arugula

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Arugula is a peppery, distinctive-tasting green that originated in the Mediterranean region. Rucola, salad rocket, and Italian cress are other names for it. Arugula belongs to the Brassica, or Cruciferous, family.

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Spinach

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Kale or leaf cabbage belongs to the cabbage variety group (Brassica oleracea) grown for its edible leaves, although some are used as ornamentals.

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Kale

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Botanically, garlic (Allium sativum) is considered a vegetable. It belongs to the onion family, along with shallots, leeks, and chives (2).

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Garlic

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Like garlic, green onions and shallots can be planted in the fall for a spring harvest. Depends on your area.

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Spring onions and shallots

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Daffodils are a hardy and simple perennial that grows in most of North America except the hottest and wettest areas, such as South Florida.

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Daffodils

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The aster is a flowering plant that grows 1 to 6 feet tall and has star-shaped flower heads that range in color from purple to white to blue.

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Asters

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Peonies bloom throughout the late spring to early summer, but if you design your garden well, you can get a succession of blooms from mid-May to late-June.

Peonies