When to Plant Vegetable Garden

Sep 27th

When to plant vegetable garden – The old saying “patience is a virtue” applies to gardeners who get a rush to start growing as soon as the temperature starts to rise in the spring. One of the ways to determine when to plant vegetables is considering its strength or ability to tolerate frost and cold temperatures.

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Small-Space Vegetable Gardening Plant

When to plant vegetable garden, highly resistant plant can be planted four to six weeks before the end of spring frost. Potatoes and onions can be planted. Asparagus, broccoli and cabbage can be transplanted. Cabbages, spinach, peas, lettuce and turnips can be planted from seed.

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When to plant vegetable garden, plants that resist frost can be planted two or three weeks before they finish. Cauliflower can be transplanted. Carrots, Indian mustard, parsnips, beets and radishes can be planted from seed. Tender plants can be planted just as frost is ending or after that date. Beans, sweet corn and zucchini can be planted from seed. Tomato can be transplanted.

The warmer weather vegetables can be planted one to two weeks after the frosts are finished. These plants require warmer soil temperatures. Plants such as melon, cucumber and squash can be planted. The peppers, eggplant and sweet potatoes are also planted then.