In spring, focus on planting cool-season vegetables like lettuce, spinach, and peas. Flowers such as tulips and daffodils can be planted for vibrant blooms.
As temperatures rise, transition to warm-season crops like tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers. Annual flowers like marigolds and zinnias thrive in the warmth.
Continue planting warm-season vegetables, and consider starting fall crops like broccoli and carrots. Planting perennials in late summer allows them to establish roots before winter.
Plant cool-season crops for a fall harvest, including kale, radishes, and Brussels sprouts. Fall is also ideal for planting spring-blooming bulbs like tulips and daffodils.
In mild winter climates, continue planting cool-season vegetables. Focus on hardy plants like kale, winter greens, and pansies.
Prepare for spring by starting seeds indoors for warm-season crops. In colder climates, plant cold-hardy vegetables like lettuce and peas.
Consider planting perennial flowers and shrubs that bloom at different times, providing year-round interest in the garden.
Always consider local weather conditions and frost dates when planning outdoor planting. Adjust planting times based on your region's climate to ensure optimal growth.
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