What to Plant in July–Midwest

The Midwest, from the Great Lakes region to Northern Texas, is often called the “breadbasket of America” due to all the wheat grown in those states. While most of us aren’t growing wheat in the home garden, there are still plenty of options for the summer garden that do well when planted in July.



The Midwest, from the Great Lakes region to Northern Texas, is often called the “breadbasket of America” due to all the wheat grown in those states. While most of us aren’t growing wheat in the home garden, there are still plenty of options for the summer garden that do well when planted in July.

July is true summer in the Heartland, and it’s warm enough to plant most veggies straight from seed. A few of the more hardy plants that will grow into late fall should be transplanted. Here are some examples of what to plant in July:

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