Fall and Winter Seedling Plants  Available

Find our plants at Top Shelf Feeds - corner of Duncan and Manson in Powell River.  We have:

  • Arugula - Nice deep green tangy arugula.  Can grow all winter if it is mild or if protected.

  • Broccoli – Packman - A smaller fast growing variety great for fall harvest.   Remember to eat the side shoots too

  • Broccoli – Purple Sprouting - This will overwinter and have many small heads starting in February.  One of our long time favourites.

  • Brussels Sprouts – Catskill - Planted now you can eat the sprouts through the winter.

  • Cabbage – Danish Ball Head - Slower to grow, it can remain in the garden well into the winter.

  • Cauliflower – Green Goddess - Plant now  for big heads in the early spring.  A pretty green variety

  • Collards - Plant now and you will have collards through the late fall, winter and early spring.

  • Kale – Lacinato - Planted in late August and September and you will have long strappy leaves of kale through the late fall, winter and early spring.  Great for kale chips.

  • Kale – Redbor -  a nice red kale through the late fall, winter and early spring.

  • Kohlrabi – Purple - Plant now for sweater kohlrabi for Christmas and beyond.

  • Lettuce – Rouge D’Hiver - A nice red winter lettuce that will continue to grow into the winter, perhaps beyond if it is mild.

  • Lettuce – Winter Density - A nice green winter lettuce that will continue to grow into the winter, perhaps beyond if it is mild.

  • Mustard – Komatsuna Red - A beautiful addition to the winter salad, this mustard is tangy and grows well through the winter.

  • Onion – Red Rum Bunching - This scallion type will continue to grow through the fall and can be picked for use as you need them in the winter.

  • Onion – Walla Walla - These are the big sweet onions we all enjoy in early summer.  Overwintering them gets you a jump on the season.

  • Spinach – Bloomsdale - Spinach planted now will continue to grow through the fall and winter.  Pick the leaves to enjoy until growth slows down.  Do not pull the plants – they will start to grow again in March.

  • Swiss Chard – Rainbow - Chard will continue to grow into the fall and you can pick individual leaves for as long as it grows.  If it freezes let it thaw before picking.

 

 

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