It’s almost time to put away your gardening gloves for the year.
Though it may be hard to believe, the planting season will soon come to an end for the year. Sadly, in some parts of the country, such as the Northeast, planting is done until next spring (unless you’re having a particularly mild autumn; more about that below!). In warmer climates such as the Gulf Coast and Southeast, Pacific Northwest, and California, however, there’s still time for growing a number of edibles and ornamentals before winter rolls in. In general, cold-hardy crops such as greens that mature quickly can be planted from seed. For faster results, purchase transplants, which you often can find at local nurseries. Read the seed package or plant label for the “days to maturity” to get an idea of how much time you need until harvest. Don't forget that some plants, such as garlic, must go in the ground now for a crop next spring.
Typically, here’s what you can plant in November: