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12 Vegetables to Plant in November {Zone 9}

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You’ll be amazed at all the vegetables you can plant in November! These 12 delicious veggies love the cold, and you’ll enjoy fresh vegetables all winter. Includes recommended varieties and planting tips.

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Brrr…it’s getting pretty chilly outside! Please don’t give up on your garden once the cold weather hits.

There are lots of vegetables that flourish in November, December, and January. Plant these and you’ll be enjoying fresh vegetables all winter!

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This planting guide for Zone 9 gives you 12 vegetables you can plant in November for a great harvest all winter. Let’s get started!

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12 Vegetables to Plant in November {Zone 9}

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  1. Hi Pam
    Thanks for creating this beautiful page.
    If you don’t mind me asking you:What are the bet vegetables to plant in November in the Fort Worth area.
    Your tips are very appreciated.
    Thanks again,

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