- Jun 11, 2016
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Hi all, I'm new to gardening in general, but have some basic stuff (tomatoes, etc.) growing well here right now. I'm wondering what I could plant around late September (by seed) that might have a chance of sprouting and surviving the Winter. I'm open to literally anything (vines, grasses, anything), as long as they have a chance of staying green(-ish) through the Winter. The sunlight level is basically "full sun" (no surrounding buildings, trees, etc.), though of course that light will be minimal during the Winter. I just want to be able to plant it from seed (personal preference), and am willing to pay to order it from wherever (seedman, parkseed, smartseeds, etc.). Does such a plant exist?