Here at the Brentwood Seed Library, we can hardly believe we’ve reached the middle of summer! We hope you've been enjoying working on your garden and harvesting your own produce!
Did you know it’s not too late to start certain vegetables we have in our seed library? Beans, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard, and peas can be planted now for a fall harvest. In Brentwood, our average first freeze date occurs around the final days of October. Knowing this helps us decide when to start seeds.
Check out the resources below to learn more about fall gardening:
This article from Gardening Know How discusses fall gardening in Zone 7, which is the plant hardiness zone we reside in here in Brentwood.
This website from Cornell has growing guides for over 50 different vegetables.
This free handbook from Seed Savers Exchange has great information on growing plants from seed.
Urban Farmer offers a growing calendar for Zone 7.
Here’s a handout from CCE Suffolk on using average freeze dates for starting vegetable seeds. Scroll down to page 3 for information on fall gardening.
Ready to request more seeds? Click here: https://bit.ly/3dYnC2o
And be sure to join us for our next Seed Saturdays program!