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  • Brittany Emerson

    Planting Chart - I don't have a very green thumb so I'll need this for our future garden!

  • Nicole Levy

    When to plant and transplant seedlings

  • Debbie Colburn

    When to plant seedlings - a reference chart

  • Irene Cahill

    When to Plant Vegetables Reference Chart: Here’s a handy chart to help you determine when to plant vegetables in the garden. They’re divided into two groups: Cool-Season and Warm-Season with each having varieties that are hardier than the rest (these are noted by color in the chart below).

  • Shannon Dunbar

    When to plant reference chart!

  • Katarina Bronos Perez

    When to plant guide.

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