What to Plant in July–Northwest

In July, the Pacific Northwest experiences its average warmest temperatures of the year, making it an ideal month to plant vegetables for a late summer harvest. 



In July, the Pacific Northwest experiences its average warmest temperatures of the year, making it an ideal month to plant vegetables for a late summer harvest. 

Varieties to plant include a combination cool-season vegetables. Nearly everything can be planted from seed to take advantage of the warm soil temperatures.

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  • Arugula
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  • Beans
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  • Beets
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  • Broccoli
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  • Brussels Sprouts (Transplants)
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  • Cabbage (Transplants)
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  • Carrots
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  • Cauliflower (Transplants)
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  • Cilantro
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  • Dill
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  • Kale
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  • Lettuce
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  • Parsley
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  • Peas
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  • Radishes
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  • Swiss Chard
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  • Turnips

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  • Arugula
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  • Beans
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  • Beets
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  • Broccoli
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  • Brussels Sprouts (Transplants)
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  • Cabbage (Transplants)
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  • Carrots
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  • Cauliflower (Transplants)
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  • Cilantro
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  • Dill
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  • Kale
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  • Lettuce
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  • Parsley
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  • Peas
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  • Radishes
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  • Swiss Chard
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  • Turnips

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