Fall Gardens – not too late!

Fall planting

There is still time to do some fall gardening before temperatures get too low. Look at the days to harvest on any plant that you are looking to grow. Add about 7-10 days to that to account for seed germination and harvest. If that amount of days is before our average first frost date, you can still grow it! Some crops can take a light frost. Our average first frost in Pueblo is usually somewhere around October 15.

Some examples include: kohlrabi, radish, spinach, turnips, and parsnips. Make sure it is a cold hardy crop.

Happy Fall Gardening!

More seeds added yesterday 8-18-17

Hi all,

Many more seeds have been added to the catalog yesterday.  Pick up some for your fall garden!

We have native flowers -false blue indigo, herbs – cilantro, dill, and  seeds for fall crops of swiss chard, turnips, parsnips, lettuce, etc. and much much more.

Stop in and check it out!

Also, the next seed gathering is coming up, so if you have seeds saved, stop in and drop them off and you can stay and help package seeds.

 

 

Seeds for fall planting

Seeds are being added to the catalog now for your fall planting needs.  We have more native flower seeds that can be started in fall for blooms next year.

Broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage seeds should be planted now.  Find more information on one of the links we’ve provided elsewhere on this site.


As always, if would like to donate money or seeds to the seed library please just let us know!  They can also be dropped off at the Extension Office on Court Street.

More seeds have been added to the catalog!!!

Remember more seed is being added every week, so please check back. If you need something that is not in the catalog please send email to reservations@allpueblogrows.org and we will our best to get it to as quickly as possible.

Here is what we have available till they’re gone:

Cabbage – Savoy
Cabbage – Red Acre
Carrot – Chantenay Red
Carrot – Dover
Broccoli
Squash – Butternut
Squash – Acorn
Okra – Green
Bean – Kentucky Wonder
Bean – Golden Wax
Bean – Blue Lake
Bean – Purple Bush
Lettuce – Red Leaf
Cabbage
Yellow HollyHock
Scarlet Nantes Carrot
Marigolds
Trumpet Vine
Maxmillian Sunflower
Tomatoe Rouge Cherry
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