Gardening advice

Fall Gardening In Bangalore

If you haven’t gotten a spring or summer garden in, don’t worry! You can put it in a garden in the fall. I know that summer is already in full swing and I am thinking about fall here. The reason is, you need to do some planning now if you want to do a Fall garden.

Now a little preparation will bring some big pay-offs in the future. Isn’t that the way most things work out?

Fall Gardening Basics:

In Bangalore fall makes the weather colder and the days shorter. This climate change also affects what you can grow in your fall garden with success. Summer staples are out that take longer days to grow like Capsicum, Five Spice(Herb) and tomatoes. Fortunately there are always stuff like broccoli and cauliflower in there. Below, we’ll talk about more specifics.

Tomato Baby Plant Easy to Grow in any Season

Advantages of Fall Planting

The cooler temperatures are one of the main benefits of fall gardening. Not only can cooler weather provide you, the gardener, with a more enjoyable gardening experience, but it also means less pests. It is probably the best protection you can find over all natural pests.

Here you go with some Awesome Plant that you can grow in Bangalore I ‘m glad that you asked because that was next on my list of things to tell you!

List for Summer Planting on request:

List of Summer Planting:

  1. Flowers
  2. Mints
  3. Coriander
  4. Tomatoes
  5. Capsicum
  6. Green chili
  7. Okra
  8. Green Beans

Further Reading

ย Mint Gardening & Mint Tea

4 thoughts on “Fall Gardening In Bangalore

  1. Wonderful post๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ‘Œ.. I am growing my own fall garden too… Its soothing to grow your own produce right in front of your eyes..

    All the best for your wonderful garden๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

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