Invest in Nature as your bank, and your efforts are backed… by real carrots, tasty onions and juicy beets to add interest to your winter dishes. Gardeners planting crops in the Fall make the most of the cooling weather to grow foods that can sustain them through the winter months. As your Summer crops come out, plant your "keeper crop" varieties from this collection and enjoy a tasty array of root and bulb veggies that offer excellent flavor, nutrition, and a tangible steps towards food security.
Consider using a cold frame to prepare for early frosts until you’re able to harvest your veggies. Mulching with straw can also help to preserve this tasty assortment of winter goods.
Carrots taste best if you leave them in the ground for a frost touch or two! Keep em in the ground for as long as possible for ideal flavor.
This collection has been selected based on each seed's ability to be planted in the late summer:
- Onion Newberg -150 seeds
- Onion Rossa di Milano - 150 seeds
- Carrot Scarlet Nantes - 250 seeds
- Yellowstone Carrot - 250 Seeds
- Oxheart Carrot - 250 Seeds
- Bull’s Blood Beet - 125 Seeds