What vegetable’s are best to grow in South Florida?

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I live in South Florida and would like to start a vegetable garden; what vegtables would be best to grow at this time of year?

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  • Kauai Breeze Kauai Breeze on Dec 16, 2017
    If the weather is consistently warm (above 70 degrees) anything. If you get cooler nights or days below 50 degrees start with lettuce, carrots, spinach, onions. Most veggies need temps over 60 degrees constantly to grow well.

  • Kathy Kathy on Dec 17, 2017
    I would start saving seeds now, and you can plant the seeds in little ice cream cups and start them in your window, then plant outside when the weather gets warmer. You can get cuttings of mint, Basil, and more. Then root the mint inside near a window, it smells great. You can use mint in many ways, such as salads, tea, drinks, as a decoration on a plate or dessert. Hope this helps.
    Kathy D.

  • Medusasgarden Medusasgarden on Dec 20, 2017
    Near any tropical Vegetable is good for SF and the gulf coast. Climbing Malabar spinach (not actually related to Spinach, but tastes similar) Winged Bean, Yard long Beans, Jicama, Eggplant, Mirliton and Okra are you best bet!