Answer: Southern California is, indeed, blessed with a special climate. In the fall and into winter, you can sow seeds of plenty of vegetables.That includes just about all leaf and root vegetables and the flowering vegetables (cauliflower, broccoli) as well aspeas (that includes favabeans, which are more a pea than a bean). Stay away from most fruiting vegetables (tomatos, corn, etc.) which are summer heat lovers. And yes, many of your annual vegetables will survive most of your winters, including cherry tomatoes, peppers, and sometimes eggplant.
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