Vegetables & Freezing Temps

Vegetables killed by frost from here.

Basil
Beans
Corn
Cucumbers
Edamame
Eggplant
Melons
Okra
Peppers
Potatoes
Pumpkins
Rosemary
Summer Squash
Sweet Potatoes
Tomatillos
Tomatoes
Winter Squash


Below two lists are from https://www.hortmag.com/weekly-tips/frost-tolerant-garden-vegetables

  • Semi-hardy vegetables are those which can survive repeated light frosts in the 30–32 degree F range. These include:
    • beets,
    • Chinese cabbage,
    • cauliflower,
    • celery,
    • collards, 
    • green onions,
    • potatoes,
    • Bibb and leaf lettuce,
    • mustard,
    • parsnips,
    • radishes,
    • spinach, and
    • Swiss chard.
  • Hardy vegetables are those that can survive temperatures as low as 20 degrees F before finally being killed. These vegetables include:
    • cabbage,
    • broccoli,
    • brussels sprouts,
    • carrots,
    • kale,
    • leeks,
    • rutabagas and
    • turnips.
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