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Fall Plan for Charleston SC

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Fall Plan for Charleston SC

Post  Chilliard on 6/29/2012, 8:29 pm

Hello! Here is my fall plan for Charleston SC... I'd love some feedback from more experienced gardeners.

My planned varieties are:

Yellow of Parma
Deep Purple Bunching
Evergreen Bunching

Broccoli Nutribud
Ice Bred Rapini

Brussels Sprouts Catskill

Cabbage Savoy Perfection
Early Flat Dutch

Carrots Cosmic Purple
Chantenay Red Core

Cauliflower Snowball Self Blanching

Celeriac Lrg Smooth Prague

Chard Rainbow

Garlic Sampler Pack Small Garden

Kale Vates

Lettuce Tom Thumb Butterhead
Yugoslavian Red Butterhead
Parris Island Cos
Winter Density Buttercos
Jericho Lettuce
Red Salad Bowl
Deer Tongue
Devil's Tongue

Radish French Breakfast

Spinach Longstanding Bloomsdale

Arugula Greens
Evenstar Winter

Mache mache

Peas Green Arrow

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Post  littlejo on 6/29/2012, 10:00 pm

Looks good to me! I love the Tom Thumb lettuce!

I don't think I'd plant that many radishes, unless you like them a lot. I think I'd just intersperse a few among the other plants, adding a few seeds per week, that would free up a few sqs for other things.


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Re: Fall Plan for Charleston SC

Post  Chilliard on 6/29/2012, 10:40 pm

Good point on the radishes... I may cut it back for more rapini! When do you usually start seeds for fall?

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Post  cheyannarach on 6/30/2012, 9:54 am

Looks good! I like to plant a few radishes in with squares of lettuce every few days, I call it salad square and it's nice to have 8 radishes at a time when we are ready for a salad instead of 40 of them at the same time.

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