Can you believe it’s already November? The hints of cooler weather we have had in the Austin area have been such a joy, but just because the weather is cooling doesn’t mean it’s time to put our gardens to bed for winter. There’s still so much that can be planted this month. Check out our list of what to grow in November in Austin, Texas, and then get out in the garden and enjoy this time of year!
WHAT TO GROW IN CENTRAL TEXAS IN NOVEMBER
November marks the official transition into our cool season for winter. That means we should focus on plants that prefer temps in the 50s, 60s, and 70s.
We’ve got a list of cooler-weather plants to plant now in this glorious fall weather. This November plant list includes strawberries, which should be planted now to get established in your garden if you’d like to have fruit later.
What Fall Vegetables to Plant in November
What Fall Herbs and Flowers to Plant in November
Calendula, Chamomile, Cilantro, Chives, Dianthus, Dill, Fennel, Pansy, Parsley, Oregano, Viola
Tips for Gardening in November
Central Texas Monthly Planting Guide
Take all the guesswork out of your seasonal planting.