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When to plant after seed?

Posted by xxnonamexx none (My Page) on
Mon, May 6, 13 at 14:17

I have lettuce, arugula, fennel, spinach, beans growing from seed about a month now but I wanted to know when should I plant it into the garden?


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RE: When to plant after seed?

Depends on where you live and your climate zone. I'm in zone 6, and lettuce and spinach can be out now (once they've been hardened off). Beans generally can't go out to the frost free date (which varies per your zone, but for where I live is around May 15th.). It's been a cool spring here, but it may actually be getting late for the spinach (again it depends on your zone). I'm not familiar with arugula or fennel, so I can't comment on those.


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RE: When to plant after seed?

All of these are cool weather plants except the beans; therefore the only thing that is important is that you are past the last frost date. In VA (Zone 7, almost 6) it is about April 20.


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RE: When to plant after seed?

Im in Zone 7a I have been hardening


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RE: When to plant after seed?

Here are my seedlings


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