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Learn when to start your seedlings in zones 5 and 6. A Zone 5/6 Seed Starting Schedule can start as early as January with lettuce & other greens. March & April are the months for starting most of your crops! Click on this pin to find our schedule for starting seedlings for your garden in zones 5 and 6.

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If you are in Zone 6a or 6b, this year-round vegetable planting calendar is for you! Don't worry if you are not in Zone 6, click on the link to pull up your planting zone... Happy Gardening :-)

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cool Gardening Infographic. What to grow in a plot, pot. Companion planting. Has a ti...

Gardening Infographic. What to grow in a plot, pot. Companion planting. Has a ti

cool Gardening Infographic. What to grow in a plot, pot. Companion planting. Has a ti...

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Persian Fritillaria...bulbs that grow in zone 4... Narrow 30" stalks of deep purple black bell-shaped blossoms with gold centers in mid-spring. Gray-green leaves add to the dramatic contrast.

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Black Ice Plum -zone 3- A large-fruited dessert plum with superior winter hardiness. Bred by Prof. Brian Smith of UW-River Falls who spent years crossing cherry plums with Japanese dessert plums. The large, round plums are blue-black with very sweet, juicy, yellow flesh. Fruit ripens in early August, about 2 to 4 weeks earlier than other plums grown in the Midwest. Naturally dwarf trees require a pollinator - We recomend Toka.

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Vegetable Planting Chart for Zone 7 || Here is what my planting chart looks like in my zone. Check out the link to see when you can plant in your area! #gardening #spring #winter

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Echinops Veitch's Blue

Zone 3 to 9. Full sun, Echinops Veitch's Blue, Echinops ritro - Spring Perennials from American Meadows

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Use Sun Exposure To Plan Your Garden -- Even if you have never gardened or grown anything before, you can grow food in a home garden. But if you are very new to growing then you should first consider your growing zone and the sun exposure in your growing area.

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