TYMBERWOLF - SHARJOPAUL is correct - most seed packets will tell you exactly when to plant. One thing I have found, however, is if you have a short growing season (I do) I actually have to start indoor seeds a few weeks earlier than recommended to be sure I'll get a crop! Even outdoors I take a risk and start early - knowing full well that I may need to re-plant if we get a late frost.
You should also do a Google Search for the Agricultural Extension Office in your area. They, too, will have a list of resources (including recommended planting and transplanting times) for your area. It's best if you get as much of your information from local sources, as climate varies so much in just a 100-mile radius!
Brigit - thanks for the Monsanto list. I was relieved to see only 3 items on it that I plant (and I'll be abandoning those next year... too late this year). Sadly, though, my FAVORITE pumpkin (Rumbo) is on that list. I have never seen/grown/heard of anything comparable to Rumbo, so I'm not sure what I'm going to do about that one...
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