Late fall or early winter seed sowing can be vital for vigorous spring plants. Pre-seeding prepares for spring harvest like Mother Nature. This simple strategy may help your plants grow and ensure high-quality produce. But first, what sorts of seeds can survive that? They should be resistant to frost and cold if planted in the ground.
Seeds of many different vegetables and herbs, such as celery, turnips, onions, spinach, broccoli, and many others, can be planted in the fall. This could also be an excellent method to start planting Perennials such as Rhubarb, Artichokes, and herbs like Sage and Lemon Balm.
Choosing a location, making preparations, and planting seeds are the only remaining processes.