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Each USDA Plant Hardiness Zone (USDA Zone) has its own schedule for planting. If you're new to vegetable growing, you'll want to know that there is a right time to plant each variety of vegetable transplant and seed.

First, determine the USDA Zone that your farm or garden is located in. Not sure what your USDA Zone is? Use any (or all) of the following:

By following the Planting Chart for your USDA Zone, you'll be sure to plant in the correct window of time, enabling optimum yield.

And don't forget, the transplants (or seeds) you pick are also of the greatest importance. Even if you are an old hand at growing vegetables, we hope that the Planting Charts below will be a useful tool for organizing your vegetable planting.

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Zones 1-2.

This Planting Chart is a general guide for Zones 1-2, please check with your Local Extension Office for precise information for your location.

a) For many of the crops, the amount to plant should be divided into several plantings, 1 or 2 weeks apart. b) Use narrower spacings for small gardens. CLICK TO ENLARGE:

PLANTING CHART FOR ZONES 1-2. CLICK FOR HIGH RESOLUTION VERSION.