What to Plant:

Key:
1 Plant in packs before the middle of July, for transplanting into the garden next month. Plant “early” varieties for the greatest success.
2 Plant before the middle of July; prime planting time is ending.
3 Plant after the middle of July.
4 Plant before the end of July.
5 To improve germination, soak seeds for a few hours, or overnight in a glass of warm water.

 

  • ¬†Beans:
    • Black-eyed peas 5
    • Green (snap) 5,3
    • Lima 5,3
    • Pinto 5,3
    • Runner 5,3
    • Soy (Edamame) 5,3
    • Tepary 5
    • Yard-long 5
  • Corn:
    • Ornamental 5
    • Popcorn 5
    • Sweet 5,3
  • Eggplant plants 2
  • Gourds 4
  • Jicama 2
  • Malabar spinach
  • Melons:
    • Armenian Cucumbers
    • Cantaloupe 4
    • Muskmelons 4
    • Watermelons 4
  • New Zealand spinach
  • Okra
  • Pepper plants
  • Pepper seed – for transplants 1
  • Squash:
    • Summer Squash:
      • Crook-neck
      • Patty Pan/Scallop
      • Straight-neck
      • Zucchini
    • Winter Squash:¬†4
      • Acorn 4
      • Buttercup 4
      • Butternut 4
      • Delicata 4
      • Hibbard 4
      • Kabocha 4
      • Pumpkin 4
      • Spaghetti 4
  • Sunflowers
  • Sweet potatoes 4
  • Tomatillos
  • Tomato plants 3
  • Tomato seed – for transplants 1

 

What to Harvest:

 

 

 

What to do with it: