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September Planting List

September 02, 2000|JULIE BAWDEN DAVIS

Although this month is usually hot and dry in the garden, it's time to begin planting fall and winter crops. Wait until the middle of the month to put in heat-sensitive plants. Regular watering is critical while the weather is warm. New seedlings and transplants may need watering twice a day.

Flowers

* Alstroemeria

* Ageratum

* Alyssum

* Armeria

* Aster

* Bachelor's button

* Begonia

* Bells-of-Ireland

* Blue flax

* Bromeliad

* Cactus

* Calendula

* Candytuft

* Canna

* Canterbury bell

* Carnation

* Chrysanthemum

* Coreopsis

* Coleus

* Cyclamen

* Delphinium

* Fern

* Foxglove

* Gaillardia

* Gardenia

* Geranium

* Heliotrope

* Impatiens

* Japanese anemone

* Larkspur

* Lisianthus

* Nasturtium

* Nightblooming jasmine

* Pansy

* Rose

* Shasta daisy

* Snapdragon

* Stock

* Sweet pea

* Sweet violet

* Vinca

* Viola

Vegetables and Herbs

* Arugula

* Basil

* Beet

* Broccoli

* Brussels sprouts

* Cabbage

* Carrot

* Cauliflower

* Celery

* Chervil

* Chives

* Cilantro

* Collards

* Endive

* Garlic

* Kale

* Kohlrabi

* Lavender

* Leek

* Lettuce

* Mint

* Mustard greens

* Onion

* Oregano

* Oriental greens

* Parsley

* Parsnip

* Pea

* Potato

* Radish

* Rosemary

* Rutabaga

* Spinach

* Swiss chard

* Tomato (cold tolerant

transplants)

* Thyme

* Turnip

Bulbs

* Babiana

* Bearded iris

* Homeria

* Lily

* Sparaxis

* Tritonia

* Watsonia

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