cold weather veggies! can I direct sow or too late? help!
Please don't say 'no you can't direct sow it's too late'.
The winter here was very long and spring was extremely late getting here this year; by the time the snow finally melted, and at the time I had planned to do early direct sowings, it was rainy and cold, which means any seeds I would've planted would've rotted as a result.
I had somebody start some starter plants for me; some of the varieties of starter plants I thought I would be getting with cool weather stuff (cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, and napa cabbage) I didn't get.
I am wondering if I can direct sow lettuce, napa cabbage, cauliflower, and some asian greens, or if it is too late?
The cauliflower varieties I have are heat resistant.