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21 seed planting dates

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21 seed planting dates

  1. 1. Supplement 21, My Yard Sow Vegetable Seeds all month or during dates suggested in parentheses (frost-sensitive plants can be planted indoors and transplanted once soil temperatures warm up.) Recommendations from LSU AgCenter and other sources. 1) January asparagus crowns, beet (1/15-2/28), bell pepper (1/15-2/28), broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower (1/15-2/15), Chinese cabbage (1/15-2/15), carrot (1/15-2/15), eggplant (1/15-5/31), hot pepper (1/15-5/1), English peas, lettuce, mustard, onion & leek plants 12/15-1/30), mustard, parsley, potato (1/20-2/28), radish 9/1-3/31), spinach, Swiss chard (1/15-5/1), tomato (1/1-3/15), turnip; bare-root trees and shrubs 2) February asparagus crowns or transplants, beet, bell pepper, cantaloupe, carrot (1/15-2/15), cauliflower (1/15- 2/15), Chinese cabbage (1/15-2/15), corn (2/15-5/15), hot pepper, kale (2/15-3/30), kohlrabi, mustard, parsley, potato, radishes, snap beans (2/15-5/15), spinach, Swiss chard, tomato, turnip; bare-root trees and shrubs 3) March collards (3/15-10/1), corn, cucumber, eggplant, hot pepper, Lima beans, Swiss chard, kale, kohlrabi, mustard, okra, parsley, pumpkin (3/15-9/15), radish, snap beans, Southern peas, tomato, cucumber, summer squash, watermelon (3/15-8/1) 4) April cantaloupe, Swiss chard, collards, corn, cucumber; eggplant; hot pepper, Lima beans, Malabar/New Zealand spinach, okra, parsley, peanut, pumpkin, snap beans, Southern peas, summer squash, sweet potato (4/10-7/1), watermelon 5) May cantaloupe, Swiss chard, collards, corn (2/15-5/15), cucumber, eggplant, hot pepper, Lima beans, Malabar/New Zealand spinach, okra, peanut, pumpkin, Southern peas, snap beans (2/15-5/15), summer squash, sweet potato, watermelon 6) June bell pepper (6/5-7/5), cantaloupe, collards, cucumber, okra, peanut (4/1-6/15), Southern peas, sweet potato, pumpkin, summer squash, tomato, watermelon 7) July broccoli (7/15-9/1), Brussels sprouts (7/15-9/1), cabbage, cantaloupe, cauliflower; Chinese cabbage (7/15-10/1), collards, cucumber, okra, Southern peas, pumpkin, rutabaga, shallots, summer squash 8) August beet (8/15-10/1), broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cantaloupe, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, collards, cucumber, kale, kohlrabi (8/15- 10/30), lettuce (8/15-9/30), Lima beans, mustard, okra, onion & leek (9/20-10/15), potato (8/15-9/10), pumpkin, rutabaga, shallots, snap beans (8/10-9/1), Southern peas (3/1-8/10), summer squash (3/1-8/15), Swiss chard (8/15-10/30), turnip, 9) September beet, cabbage (7/1-9/15), carrot, English peas (9/1-9/15), snap beans (8/10-9/10), Swiss chard, Chinese cabbage, collards, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard, onion & leek, potato (8/15-9/10) pumpkin (3/15- 9/15), radish, shallots, turnip; also, winter cover crops 10) October cabbage, celery, carrot, celery, Swiss chard, garlic, kale, kohlrabi, mustard, onion & leek (9/20-10/15), parsley, radish, shallots, spinach, turnip; also, cover crops 11) November cabbage, celery, mustard, parsley shallots, spinach, turnip 12) December cabbage, English peas (12/15-1/31), mustard, onion & leek plants (12/15-1/30), parsley, shallots, spinach, turnip

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