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      Spring Week -7

      Spring Color Dates Spring Color Dates
      White Group January 11-17 Yellow Group March 8-14
      Pink Group January 25-31 Green Group March 22-28
      Red Group February 8-14 Blue Group April 5-11
      Orange Group February 22-28 Violet Group April 19-25

      To Do This Week

      Start Seeds Inside Transplant Plants Plant Seeds Outside
      Bell Peppers*
      Eggplant*
      Hot Peppers
      Onions (from sets)
      Peas
      *New plant! This was added since the previous week.

      If you haven’t been starting seeds indoors, chances are you haven’t been thinking about gardening yet. Now it’s time! The earliest vegetables can be planted as soon as you can work the soil, which should be happening soon. If you haven’t already done so, create a plan and prepare your garden beds.

      Plan

      • Decide what veggies you want to plant, and how much of each.
      • Create a garden plan! ?Use the tool linked here, or draw out your garden on paper, mapping out where each type of plant will go.

      Prepare

      Bell Peppers

      Bell peppers are a tender vegetable that take a long time to grow. In most areas the growing season is too short to plant them as seeds outdoors. Start seeds indoors and?transplant it later in the season, or purchase transplants at that time.

      Eggplant

      Eggplant is a tender vegetable that takes a long time to grow. In most areas the growing season is too short to plant them as seeds outdoors. Start seeds indoors and?transplant it later in the season, or purchase transplants at that time.

      Hot Peppers

      Hot peppers are a tender vegetable that take a long time to grow. In most areas the growing season is too short to plant them as seeds outdoors. Start seeds indoors or purchase transplants in a few weeks.

      Onions

      Onions are a hardy vegetable that grow best in cool weather. When?planting onions, you have 3 options–seeds, sets, and transplants.

      You can?start seeds indoors, but I suggest growing them from sets (see below) or transplants, which will be planted in several weeks.

      Now is the time to plant onion sets. These look like dry mini-onions. Plant them pointy side up. The smallest sets can be planted every 4-6″ (4 or 9 per square foot) to grow into mature onions. Plant the bigger onion sets every 3″ (16 per square) to grow green onions.

      Peas

      Peas are a?hardy vegetable that grow best in cool weather. Peas do not transplant well. Plant peas directly in the garden as soon as the ground is no longer frozen and the soil can be worked.

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