Cold Crop Vegetables
Plant these cold tolerant vegetables below in early spring for spring harvests and again in late summer for fall harvests. These survive hard frosts (usually 25 to 28 degrees F). and are great for spring and fall gardens. The hardiest–kale, spinach, and collards–can tolerate temperatures in the low 20s and high teens. All taste best when they mature in cool weather, so they are very well suited to late summer planting for fall harvests also.
- Brussels sprouts
For more detailed planting information check out https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/vgen/cole-crop-plants.htm