"Grow , Cook and Eat Your Own Organic  Food"

Welcome to The Gourmet Gardeners Plant Tips and tricks! We are an edible garden company that specializes in helping others grow organic vegetables, herbs and fruit in South Florida. We grow food as locally as possible by designing, installing and caring for edible gardens.

 

Cool Weather Veggies (October-March):

Arugula
Beans (seeds available)
Beets
Broccoli
Cabbage
Carrots (seeds available)
Celery
Chard
Chinese Cabbage
Collards
Cucumber (seeds available, needs a lot of space)
Dandelion
Eggplant (variety list)
Fennel
Kale
Lettuce
Mustard Greens
Onions (bulbing)
Pak Choi
Pepper (Hot) (variety list)
Pepper (mild) (variety list)
Radish (seeds available)
Salad Mix (variety of greens grown together to harvest young)
Scallions (green/bunching onions)
Sorrel
Strawberry
Tomatillo
Tomato (variety list, needs a lot of space)
Turnip
Watercress
Watermelon (seeds available, needs a lot of space, planted Dec-March)

Cool Weather Herbs (October-March):

Basil
Chives
Cilantro
Culantro
Dill
Huacatay (Black Mint)
Lemon Balm
Marjoram
Mint (gets weedy in garden, best in its own area)
Oregano
Parsley
Rosemary
Sage
Spanish Tarragon (Mexican Mint Marigold)

Warm Weather Veggies (April-September):

Asian Long Bean (seeds available)
Boniato (needs a lot of space)
Callaloo (green amaranth)
Cranberry Hibiscus
Eggplant (variety list)
Galangal (Thai Ginger)
Ginger
Okra (seeds available)
Pepper (Hot)
Pepper (Sweet)
Scallions (Green Onion)
Seminole Pumpkin (seeds available, needs a lot of space)
Sweet Potato (cuttings available, needs a lot of space)
Roselle
Tropical Spinach (Ceylon, Okinawan, Sissoo, Surinam, Malabar, Egyptian, Longevity)
Turmeric
Yuca (Cassava, cuttings available, needs a lot of space)

Warm Weather Herbs  (April-September):

Chives
Cuban Oregano
Culantro
Florida Water Mint
Garlic Chives
Huacatay (Black Mint)
Lemongrass
Marjoram
Mexican Tarragon
Mint
Oregano
Plantain (herb)
Rosemary
Sage
Shiso (Perilla)
Thai Basil
Thyme
Tilo
Tulsi (Holy Basil)
 Za’taar


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