Vegetable Garden Planting Chart

As you plan which foods that you'd like to grow in your garden, remember that among other things, you must also take the following into account:

Soil pH Requirements of Different Garden Vegetables

Vegetable Gardening Basics (Planning, Preparing the soil, and Planting)

Identifying Your Soil Type

Note: This does not include plotting for Square Foot Gardening

Food Vegetable Start Seed
Indoors
Plant in Garden
S = Seed
P = Plant
Seed
Spacing
Distance
Between Rows
Seed Depth Days to
Maturity
YIELD PER
100' ROW
ArtichokesFeb-MarS - After Frost
P - After Frost
36"48"1/2"36535+ heads
Asparagusn/aP - Mar-April8" between root tips34-36"1/4-1/2"365400+ spears
Beans, Bush (snap)n/aS - After Frost4-6"18"1"60-6480 lbs
Beans, bush (dry)n/aS - After Frost4-6"24"1"90-1008 lbs
Beans, Polen/aS - After Frost8"36"1"70-85150 lbs
Beans, Favan/aS - After Frost8"36"1"18020 lbs
Beans, Liman/aS - After Frost4-6"36"1"8512 lbs
Beetsn/aS - Early Spring1"5"3/4"50-80100 lbs
Bitter MelonMarchS - After Frost4'3'1-2"90180 melons
BroccoliEarly SpringS - 3/1 - 6/15
P - 3/1 - 6/15
18-24"24-36"1/2"55-9075 lbs
Broccoli, Overwintering7/15 - 8/1S - Mid Summer18-24"24-36"1/2"220-25075 lbs
Brussels SproutsFebruaryP - March
S - 6/1 - 7/15
15-18"24-36"1/2"100-18060 lbs
Burdockn/aS - 4/1 - 5/14'42"2"100100 lbs
Cabbage, EarlyEarly SpringP - 4/15 - 6/154-6"24-36"1/2"70-8560 heads
Cabbage, LateLate SpringS - 5/15 - 7/154-6"24-36"1/2"85-21060 heads
Chinese CabbageEarly SpringS - 4/15 - 6/154-6"12-18"1/2"75-8060 heads
Carrotsn/aS - Early Spring2-3"12-16"1/4"70-90100 lbs
Cauliflower, EarlyEarly SpringS - Early Spring
P - Spring
18-24"24-36"1/2"50-8060 Heads
Cauliflower, LateLate SpringS -6/15 - 7/1518-24"24-36"1/2"80-14060 Heads
Cauliflower, OverwinterLate SpringS - 7/1 - 8/1518-24"24-36"1/2"200-26060 heads
CeleryEarly SpringS - 3/15 - 5/112"18"1/4"100100 heads
Collards5/1 - 6/20S -After Frost12"24"1/2"8075 lbs
Corn5/1 - 6/15S - After Frost6-10"30"1 1/2-2"60-1008 dos. ears
Corn, Popcorn5/1 - 6/15S - After Frost6"32"1 1/2-2"60-10015 lbs
Corn Salad3/1 - 6/1S - Early Spring3"12-20"1/4 - 1/2"5040 lbs
Cress3/1 - 6/1S - Early Spring3"12-20"1/4"12-5035 lbs
Cucumbers5/1 - 7/15S - After Frost36"5-6"hill55-75120 lbs
Kale3/1 - 6/15S - Early Spring
P - Early Spring
12"18-24"1/2"60-7075 lbs
Kohlrabi 4/1 - 8/10S - Early Spring4"12-18"1/2-1"6050 lbs
Leeks3/1 - 5/15S - Early Spring
P - After Frost
2"18"1/2"120150 stalks
Lettuce4/1 - 8/1S - Early Spring10-12"16"1/4"65-8050 lbs
LuffaSpringS - Spring
P - After Frost
4'4"1-2"120200 fruits
Chicory/EndiveS -4/1 - 5/1S -Spring8-12"18-24"1/8-1/4"50-7590 heads
MelonsSpringS - 5/1 - 6/206-10'1 1/2"55-8550-100 lbs
Mustard3/1-8/15S - Early Spring6/8"18"1/2"30-60100 lbs
Mustard. American4/1 - 6/15S -After Frost24"18-24"1/2-1"4550 lbs
Okra5/01 - 6/15S - After Frost2"36"1/2"50-60300+ pods
Onions3/5 - 6/1S - Early Spring
P - Early Spring
1/4-1/2"12-18"1/2"100-120100 lbs
Parsley3/1 - 6/1S - Early Spring1/2"12-18"1/2"80-9030 lbs
Parsnips4/1 - 6/15'S - Late Spring'3-4"12-18"1/2"12075 lbs
Peas10/1 - 6/1S - Late Fall, Early Spring1"18-24"1"95-12020 lbs
Peppers3/15 - 4/15 S - After Frost
P - After Frost
12-18"18-24"1/4"80+50 lbs
Pumpkins4/15 - 5/15S - Late Spring
P - After Frost
hill8-10'1 1/2"90+300 lbs
Purslane4/1 - 7/1SLate Spring6-10"12-20"1/4"5040 lbs
Radish3/1 - 8-15S - Early Spring1/2"10"1/2"25-35200 roots
Rhubarb3/1 - 5/15S - Early Spring4'5-6'1/4-1/2"365150 roots
Rutabaga5/1 - 6/15S - Late Spring1/2-1"18-24"1/2"90-95150 lbs
Shallots3/1 - 5/15S - Early Spring
P - Early Spring
5-6"12-20"1/4-1/2"9025 lbs
Sorrel5/1 - 7/1S - Late Spring6-10"12-20"1/2"5040 lbs
Spinach3/1 - 8/15S - Early Spring3"12-18"1/2"40-5040 lbs
Squash, Summer4/15 - 6/15S - Early Spring
P - After Frost
hill4'1 1/2"55-70200 lbs
Squash, Winter 5/15 - 6/15S - Spring
P - After Frost
hill6-10'1 1/2"100-120200 lbs
Swiss Chard4/1 - 7/15S - Early Spring1/2-1"18-24"1/2-1"6040 lbs
Turnips5/1 - 8/15S - Early Spring1/4-1/212"1/2"30-5550 lbs
TomatoesEarly SpringS - Early Spring
P - After Frost
12- 15"18-24"1/4"60+150 lbs
Watermelons 5/1 - 6/01S - Spring
P - After Frost
4-6'6-10'1 1/2"55-8550-100 lbs
     

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