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What to plant in June So Cal

Post  Chopper on 5/27/2013, 7:01 am

This month is is probably similar to the rest of the country. Here is a list of definites but as always, feel free to experiment. My guess is we are looking at a hotter rather than cooler summer. Too bad. My air conditioner in my car is broken. Sad

Beans, Bush
Beans, Pole
Beets
Cantalope
Carrots
Corn
Cucumber
Eggplant
Herbs
Lima Beans
Melons
Parsley
Peppers
Potatoes
Pumpkin
Squash, summer
Squash, Winter
Sunflowers
Tomato plants
Watermelon

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Re: What to plant in June So Cal

Post  HiDesert on 5/27/2013, 1:58 pm

looks like you got everything covered pretty well there.

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Re: What to plant in June So Cal

Post  No_Such_Reality on 6/19/2013, 2:32 pm

Middle of June and my cucumbers are finally taking off. I used soil blocks for the first time starting them back in end of April. They grew really slow, I think they were getting too much shade. Roughly around the 1st of June I transplanted them into their final containers. They didn't do much for the last two weeks, but now they seem to have hit their stride where they are adding a couple inches and a hand sized leaf daily.

The melons seem to be responding the same way, about a two or three lag after planting the soil block to set up and them vooooooooommmmmmmmmm. :-)

My tomato plant survivor is insane. And something has found it. half eaten toms everywhere.


bush beans are spent, time to replant.

Spent part of last weekend, tilling a large chunk of the yard. It was the area we had a couple problem trees remove. I tilled because the area was covered in thigh deep bindweed and mint. It smelled so good, but was hoping the tilling will help all the roots spend themselves faster and reduce the amount of future weeding I'll need to do.


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Re: What to plant in June So Cal

Post  HiDesert on 6/21/2013, 12:25 am

Squash, peppers, tomatoes and melons are doing really good for me. Cucumbers not so much.

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