Seed Picks for My 2020 Garden (Cool Season Crops)

by Becky

This is part 2 of Seed Picks for my 2020 Garden. You can find Part 1 HERE

My friend recently asked me what I was most excited to grow this summer and I couldn’t think of anything. While that may come as a surprise, my speechlessness wasn’t because I don’t have something I’m excited about, it’s because I’m excited about it all! 

Asking what my favorite thing in the garden to grow is would be like asking which of my children is my favorite! Haha! 

While I may not be able to pick a certain plant as a favorite, I do have favorite varieties of every plant I grow as you saw in part 1 of my seed picks. Part 2 is the same, but includes all the cool season crops I grow. 

Radish

My Favorites

Still Testing

Onions

(These are definitely grown based on region. For more information on what kind of onions to grow in your area click HERE)

My Favorites

Still Testing

New this Year

Herbs

My Favorites

New this Year

Still Testing

Kale

My Favorites

Still Testing

Spinach

My Favorite

Still Testing

Peas

My Favorite

Still Testing 

Turnips

My Favorite

Still Testing

Lettuce

My Favorites

Still Testing

New This Year

Cabbage

My Favorites

Still Testing

Greens

My Favorites

Beets

Still Testing

Celery

My Favorite 

Chinese Pink (90 days) Very easy to grow! Flavor is different than other celery but it’s worth it to grow because it’s much easier than other varieties.

Broccoli

Still Testing

Carrots

My Favorite

St. Valery (70 days) This one is incredibly sweet and maintains its crunchiness when grown as a fall crop. 

Black Nebula (70 days)

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