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VEGETABLE GARDEN PLANTING CHART

The information contained in this chart is based on planting your own seeds. These seeds may be planted directly into the ground or may be started in a greenhouse and then transplanted into a prepared garden space.
VegetableDepth to Plant
Inches
Distance Apart
After Thinning
When to PlantGermination in DaysDays to Production
Beans * 1-2" 3' HillsSpring 6-10 90
Beets1" 4"Feb - Apr 8-12 60-75
Cabbage 1/2" 1-1½'Oct-Dec 4-8 90-140
Cauliflower ½" 1-½'Jan - Feb 4-8 100-130
Carrots ½" 4"Mar - Apr 8-15 65-120
Corn, Sweet 2" 6"-0"Feb - Apr 6-10 60-100
Cucumbers 1" 3' HillsFeb - Mar 5-8 60-80
Lettuce ½" 9"-12"Sept - Mar 6-9 60-80
Onions 1" 3" Spring 6-9 60-80
Parsley ½" 6"Sep - May 14-20 90-120
Peas ** 2" 1"-4"Sept - Apr 4-10 50-75
Peppers ¼" 2' Spring 9-14 135-150
Pumpkins1" 3" HillsApr & May 6-10 100-130
Spinach ½" 4"Sept - Feb 6-12 40-60
Tomatoes ¼" 3' Dec - Mar6-10 75-100
Watermelon1" 3" HillMar - May 6-10 110-130


* It is recommended to start lima bans in a greenhouse because if the ground is not dry and warm, the seeds will rot
** Never plant peas later than May

Tip: A one-acre garden equals six (6) 50-foot rows











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