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Mid-South in May: 2015

Post  AtlantaMarie on 5/2/2015, 1:08 pm

April showers bring May flowers.  We had the 3rd wettest April in a couple of decades apparently.  Hope that increases the flowers here!  (Although it can skip the pollen, lol!)

For Zone 7b - here's what Gardenate.com has to say to plant:


Amaranth
(also Love-lies-bleeding)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
BasilPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
Beans - climbing
(also Pole beans, Runner beans, Scarlet Runners)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
Beans - dwarf
(also French beans, Bush beans)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
Cape Gooseberry
(also Golden Berry, )
Plant in garden.Harvest from September.
Capsicum
(also Bell peppers, Sweet peppers)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
CeleriacPlant in garden.Harvest from September.
CeleryPlant in garden.Harvest from September.
Chilli peppers
(also Hot peppers)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Chives
(also Garden chives)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Coriander
(also Cilantro, Chinese parsley)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Cowpeas
(also Black eye peas)
Plant in garden.Harvest from September.
CucumberPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
DillPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
Eggplant
(also Aubergine)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
EndivePlant in garden.Harvest from August.
Fennel
(also Bronze fennel)
Plant in garden.Harvest from September.
Florence Fennel
(also Finocchio)
Plant in garden.Harvest from September.
French tarragonPlant in garden.Harvest from July.
KohlrabiPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
LeeksPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
Luffa
(also Loofah, plant sponge)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
MarrowPlant in garden.Harvest from September.
Mint
(also Garden mint)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
NZ Spinach
(also Warrigal greens)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
Okra
(also Ladyfinger, gumbo)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
Oregano
(also Pot Marjoram)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Parsley
(also curly leaf parsley or flat leaf (Italian) parsley)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
ParsnipPlant in garden.Harvest from October.
PumpkinPlant in garden.Harvest from September.
Rockmelon
(also Canteloupe)
Plant in garden.Harvest from August.
RosemaryPlant in garden.Harvest from 12 months.
Sage
(also Common Sage)
Plant in garden.Harvest from 18 months.
Savory - summer savory
(also 'Bean Herb')
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Savory - winter savory
(also Savory)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Spring onions
(also Scallions, Bunching onions, Welsh onion)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Squash
(also Crookneck, Pattypan, Summer squash)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.
Strawberries (from seeds)Plant in garden.Harvest from 12 months.
Strawberry PlantsPlant in garden.Harvest from September.
SunflowerPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
Sweet corn
(also maize)
Plant in garden.Harvest from September.
Sweet Potato/KumaraPlant in garden.Harvest from September.
Thyme
(also Common thyme)
Plant in garden.Harvest from March.
TomatilloPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
TomatoPlant in garden.Harvest from July.
WatermelonPlant in garden.Harvest from August.
Zucchini
(also Courgette/Marrow, Summer squash)
Plant in garden.Harvest from July.


I'll try to get out later & get a pic of my onion that's about to bloom...  AMAZING!  Now if I can just get caught up w/ all my garden chores...  Rolling Eyes

AtlantaMarie

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Re: Mid-South in May: 2015

Post  Windmere on 5/3/2015, 12:38 am

Thanks for posting this Marie.  I need to get on the ball with some of these things.  I noticed fennel can be planted now.  I did not know it can tolerate our hot summer.

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