If succession planted, lettuce can provide at least two harvests before frost sets in (as long as you have a minimum of 40 days before your first freeze).
You can begin picking the outer leaves when they’re at least 2 inches long, and continue picking through winter.
While regular bok choy takes months to mature, the smaller cultivars (most often referred to as baby bok choy) are ready for harvest in just one month!
Mustards make an excellent fall crop because they grow well when the weather’s warmer in late summer, and continue to thrive in cold weather. (They can even take a light frost.)
Spinach is a cold-hardy vegetable that makes a great cut-and-come-again crop. Just snip a few outer leaves from each plant and let them continue growing until, well… you’re sick of eating spinach!