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      Spring Week +1

      Spring Color Dates Spring Color Dates
      White Group March 8-14 Yellow Group May 3-9
      Pink Group March 22-28 Green Group May 17-23
      Red Group April 5-11 Blue Group May 31-June 6
      Orange Group April 19-25 Violet Group June 14-20

      To Do This Week

      Start Seeds Inside Transplant Plants Plant Seeds Outside
      Basil
      Chives
      Cilantro
      Dill
      Oregano
      Rosemary
      Thyme
      Basil
      Beets
      Bush beans
      Carrots
      Chives
      Cilantro
      Corn
      Dill
      Lettuce
      Oregano
      Pole beans
      Radishes
      Summer squash*
      *New plant! This was added since the previous week.

      If you haven’t created your garden plan and prepped your garden, it’s time!

      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

      Basil

      If you started basil seeds indoors or purchased transplants,?harden off and transplant now.??It is also time to plant basil seeds directly in the garden.

      Beets

      Beets are a semi-hardy vegetable. Beets do not transplant well. Plant beets directly in the garden.

      Beans (Bush and Pole)

      Beans are a?tender vegetable that require lots of sunshine and warm temperatures to thrive. There are several types of beans–bush, pole, and dry. Beans do not transplant well. Plant beans directly in the garden.

      Carrots

      Carrots are a semi-hardy vegetable that grow best in cool weather with lots of sun. ?Carrots do not transplant well. Plant seeds directly in the garden.

      Carrot seeds take a long time to germinate, and need consistent watering until they do. It’s best to mist or use drip irrigation so you do not wash the carrot seeds away.

      Chives

      Chives are a cool-season herb. Whether you you started?from seed or purchased transplants, chives?can be?hardened off and transplanted now. You can also plant chive seeds directly in the garden now.

      Cilantro

      If you started?cilantro seeds indoors or purchased transplants,?harden off and transplant now.??It is also time to plant cilantro seeds directly in the garden.

      Corn

      Corn is a?tender vegetable that grows best in full sun. It does not transplant well. Plant corn directly in the garden. Corn needs to be at least 3 rows deep to pollinate well.

      Dill

      If you started?dill seeds indoors or purchased transplants,?harden off and transplant now.??It is also time to plant dill ?seeds directly in the garden. ?This herbrequires light to germinate, so don’t plant it too deep in the soil.

      Lettuce

      Lettuce is a semi-hardy vegetable that grows best in cool weather or partial shade during the summer. Plant seeds directly in the garden. ?To have a continuous harvest, don’t plant all the lettuce at once. Instead plant a square or two (4-8 plants) every 2 weeks.

      Oregano

      If you started?oregano seeds indoors or purchased transplants,?harden off and transplant now.??It is also time to plant oregano seeds directly in the garden.

      Radishes

      Radishes are a?hardy vegetable that grows best in cool weather. It does not transplant well. Plant radish seeds directly in the garden.

      Rosemary

      If you started?rosemary seeds indoors or purchased transplants,?harden off and transplant now.??Rosemary is a difficult herb to grow from seed. Instead, purchase transplants, which are often made from cuttings instead of grown from seed.

      Summer Squash (includes Zucchini)

      Summer squash and zucchini are?tender vegetables that grow best in full sun. Plant seeds directly in the garden now.

      Thyme

      If you started?thyme seeds indoors or purchased transplants,?harden off and transplant now.

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