|Fall Color||Dates||Fall Color||Dates|
|Purple Group||June 28-July 4||Navy Group||August 9-15|
|Maroon Group||July 12-18||Olive Group||August 23-29|
|Brown Group||July 26-Aug 1||Goldenrod Group||Sept 6-12|
To Do This Week
|Start Seeds Inside||Transplant Plants||Plant Seeds Outside|
|*Last chance! This is the last week to start this plant.|
Carrots will grow well any time the soil temperatures are less than 80oF. For those who live where there are mild summers, you can probably plant this any time during the spring and summer. For those with a Spring-Fall or Fall-Winter-Spring pattern, you can probably plant carrots later than suggested here.
Peas need cool weather to grow well. If the temperatures are still high, be sure to water the peas really well. For those with a Spring-Fall or Fall-Winter-Spring pattern, you can probably plant peas later than suggested here.
About Swiss Chard
Swiss Chard is a semi-hardy vegetable that can tolerate both warm and cool climates. Spring-Summer-Fall and Year-Round gardeners can probably plant this any time during the spring and summer.