I had mentioned before that making a garden plan is a good idea. While you still have time to make a plan for you warm season vegetables, it is always a good idea to plan ahead. You can get a head start with some of your warm season crops by either planting them indoors in starter containers or even in the ground outside. Now not all of your warm season crops can grow well outside during the spring time, but your carrots, potatoes, and your chard should do just fine outdoors during the spring time. As for the rest of them, plant them in pots indoors in a brightly lit room, covered in plastic. So here we go. Here is the list of warm season vegetables.
What crops are in the warm season list?Artichokes Asparagus Bush Beans Carrots Celery Corn Cauliflower Chinese Cabbage Collards Cucumber Eggplant Garlic Leeks Muskmelons Okra Onions Peanuts Peppers Pole Beans Potato Pumpkins Rhubarb Summer Squash Watermelon Sweet Potatoe Swiss Chard Tomato
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