Calendar for planting and transplanting vegetables

Planting and transplanting calendar

At what time of the year vegetables are planted or transplanted?

The following table show you the best time to plant or transplant your vegetables.

Planting or transplanting
Vegetables that are directly planted on the ground
Vegetables that must be transplanted / Number = suitable month to transplant
 

Months of planting

 

January (1) February (2) March (3) April (4) May (5) June (6) July (7) August (8) September (9) October (10) November (11) December (12)
*Calendar dates are for crops grown in the northern hemisphere. Elsewhere in the southern hemisphere such as Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay and Bolivia, must be added to each date about 6 months.
Cultivation calendar of vegetables
Vegetables When to plant or transplant them?
Chards
Chicories
Celeries 5
Celeriacs 5 → 6
Eggplants 4
Broccolis 5 → 6
Italian broccolis 5 → 6
Large zucchinis
Short zucchini
Pumpkin 6 → 7
Onion
Shallot 8
Parsnip
Cabbage 5 → 6
Brussels sprouts 5 → 6
Kales 7
Cauliflowers 6
Kohlrabi
Yellow turnips
Endives
Asparagus
Spinach
Peas
Broad beans
Scarlet runners 5 → 6
Lettuces
Corn
Turnips
Potatoes
Cucumbers
Peppers 4
Leeks 6
Radishes
Beets
Salfisy
Tomatoes 6
Carrots

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