If you live in zones 9 & 10 you should still be planting in November! Take advantage of the milder winters in your area and extend your harvest through the winter!
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Remember, this article is specifically for zones 9 & 10, so if you aren’t in those zones check out our articles on zones 5 & 6 or 7 & 8. If you aren’t sure what your garden zone is you can follow this link to find out!
You can plant all of the crops on this list by seed, except for the crops in the cabbage family. Any crops that are in the cabbage family will need to be planted by transplant.
Let’s get started! Here’s what you should be planting in November if you live in zones 9 & 10.
Planting in November: Zones 9 & 10
The first item on the list is carrots! The cooler weather does amazing things to carrots. Winter carrots are much sweeter and they are one of my favorite garden treats! I highly recommend that you try planting carrots in your garden this November.
Kale tastes much better when it’s grown in the winter. Warmer temperatures tend to make kale bitter, so I prefer to grow kale in the cooler months of the year which makes November the perfect time for planting it in zones 9 & 10.
Also known as Rapini, Broccoli Raab is a great crop to try this year in your garden!
There are plenty of leafy greens that you can plant in your garden this month! Plant some of these crops in your garden in November, so that you’ll have some delicious salads in a few months!
Although peas are typically considered a spring crop, you can grow them in the fall! They aren’t quite as productive as a spring planting, but I think they are worth the effort! You can learn more about growing peas in the fall here: Growing Fall Peas
I love slicing up some radishes to add on top of my salads! They’re a great vegetable to plant in your garden this November.
Beets are packed with nutrients which makes them a great addition to any garden. Get them planted in your garden this month! If you want to learn more about growing beets check out this article: Beets Growing Guide
Broccoli is a crop you should definitely be planting in November! It’s one of my favorite crops to grow in my garden! Remember, that broccoli is in the cabbage family, so you will need to plant it by transplant, not by seed!
Parsley is one of my favorite herbs. It has such a great taste and is perfect for adding as a garnish to your dinner. Get some planted in your garden this month!
Onions are one of my favorite crops to grow. If you are planning on starting any in your garden this month check out my article all about growing onions here!
Garlic & Shallots
In my opinion, garlic and shallots do best when you get them started in the fall. If you live in zones 9 or 10, November is a great time to get them started in your garden.
You can learn more about growing garlic and shallots in these articles:
Other Crops That You Can Plant This Month
- Fava Beans
- Bok Choy
- Pak Choy
That’s all folks. I hope that you enjoyed this guide on what you should be planting in November if you live in zones 9 or 10! What will you be planting this month? Let me know in the comments!