It would be soo neat to grow all that. We USED to grow some veggies (tomatoes, pepper, cucumbers, and the like), but after we moved - we not only have a much smaller yard, but it doesn't seem to want to grow anything. I've thought about having the soil sent in and tested, but not really sure how to go about it.
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Hi I plant my own veggies & herbs. The planting days days in the almanac give you a guideline for planting. Different plants require different amounts of time from the date they are planted to maturity. depending on the area you live in and what you are trying to grow. I live in Canada & the growing season here can be short I normally get a jump on the season by starting plants inside and trance planting them outside by mid April (about a month before the almanac recommends) this means that you have to keep a eye on the plants and cover them over night if there is frost in the area but it gives you extra growing time and the plant yields more vegetables during the season.
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