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Northwest CA - Zone 9b Winter Garden, what are you planting?

 
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Hey everyone! I just registered for an account here (yayyyyyy!). I live in the lovely northwest part of our state in Humboldt County on the coast. Wet, soggy, cold-ish, foggy with some sun. Are any of you here or live in NW CA and growing winter gardens? What are you planting or growing?

I'm about to put in some red russian kale and spinach but am looking for other ideas for Zone 9b. Thanks and glad to be here!
 
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lettuce and peas, kale, chard are all good for a fall planting on the north coast
 
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Hello. I am also new! I'm going to try out Brussels sprouts and eggplant in addition to lettuce and peas.
 
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Favas, onions, garlic, potatoes do great here over winter
 
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