15 Vegetables to Plant in September {Zone 9}

Last updated 10/16/2020 | |

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Yes, you can plant vegetables in September! These 15 veggies can handle the heat without a problem. Includes best varieties, planting tips, and recipes for your harvest.

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So many people give up on their garden once September rolls around. It's true that some of the more tender veggies can't take the heat, but there are many tasty vegetables you can plant in September.

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This planting guide for Zone 9 gives you fifteen (yes, 15!) vegetables you can plant in September for a great harvest this fall. Not sure what planting zone you’re in? No problem. This interactive map will tell you.

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15 Vegetables to Plant in September

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