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#1 Karin Andresen

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Posted 26 February 2010 - 03:44 PM

This Vegetable Planting Schedule has been provided to help vegetable gardeners plan their springs. Your feedback and questions will be most appreciated!

  • Based on an average Last Spring Frost date of May 16. Find your average Last Spring Frost date and adjust accordingly.
  • Suggestions based on research and experience. Take note of your experiences and modify for your garden. Add a Reply to this Topic in order to share your experiences.
  • Plants in red can either be started indoors or direct sown into the garden.
  • Post a Reply to this Topic to comment and ask questions about this Vegetable Planting Schedule.


































































































































































































































































































































































































































































 
March
April
May
June
1 - 7
8 - 15
16 - 22
23 - 31
1 - 7
8 - 15
16 - 22
23 - 30
1 - 7
8 - 15
16 - 22
23 - 31
1 - 7
8 - 15
16 - 22
23 - 30
Start
Seed
Indoors
Brussel Sprouts Celery >Beet >Eggplant   Basil Stevia Melon Corn Cucumber                                                
Cardoon Celeriac Broccoli Endive   >Lettuce Thyme Pumpkin                
Cauliflower Juicama Cabbage Escarole   >Sage >Tomato >Squash                
Collards >Oregano >Chinese Cabbage Kohlrabi   Tomatillo                    
Early Greens >Swiss Chard Collards >Lettuce                        
>Parsley   Kale Radicchio                        
>Pepper   Pea                          
 
Transplant
Into
Garden
          Pea Cabbage >Beet Broccoli Cardoon Corn Cabbage Basil >Eggplant    
            Cauliflower   Brussel Sprout     >Oregano Celeriac >Pepper    
            >Chinese Cabbage   >Parsley       Celery Pumpkin    
            Collards   Radicchio       Cucumber Squash    
            Endive           Jicama Stevia    
            Escarole           Melon      
            Kale           >Sage      
            Kohlrabi           Sweet Potato      
            >Lettuce           >Tomato      
            >Swiss Chard                  
 
Plant
Seed
Directly
Into
Garden
        Leek (sets) Bean, Fava Collards >Beet >Parsley >Bean, Snap Corn Cabbage Basil Pumpkin    
        >Onion (sets) Pea Endive >Bok Choi Radicchio       Bean, Lima Sage    
        Shallot (sets) Radish Escarole >Carrot         Cucumber Squash    
          Spinach Kohlrabi >Mizuna         Dill      
            >Lettuce Parsnip         Melon      
            >Swiss Chard Potato         >Sage      

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