What to Plant in May

May is our favorite time of year. What I am particularly happy about is the abundance of beautiful scents and greenery. This period of the year has a very positive impact on everyone and simply mummies people to activity. Fencing is a healthy and useful way to activate your body. So take advantage of this opportunity to edit your garden and add some new plants to it. I would like to mention some useful tips that can be useful for your organic garden.

What is very important to know when it comes to planting in May is the time zone in which you live. Which plants correspond to that schedule, so let’s move to the timezone.

What to Plant in May

Zones 3 and 4

Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts Beans (lima)
Beans (snap)
Squash, both summer & winter
Tomatoes
Watermelon
Beets
Cantaloupe
Carrots
Kale
Lettuce, head
Lettuce, leaf (early in the month is best)
Parsnips
Peas
Cauliflower
Potatoes, white
Pumpkins
Celery (after the 15th is better)
Chard (early in the month)
Cucumbers

Zones 5 and 6

Beans (lima) What to Plant in May
Beans (snap)
Cabbage
Cucumbers
Cantaloupes
Sweet Corn
Radish
Eggplants
Potatoes, sweet
Pumpkins
Lettuce, head, and leaf
Okra
Watermelons
Peppers
Squash, summer, and winter
Tomatoes
Cabbage

Zones 7 and 8

Parsley
Parsnip
Beans (lima) Plant in May
Beans (snap) – very early in May
Artichokes – transplant seedlings
Asparagus
Basil
Strawberries
Sweet corn
Sweet marjoram
Cucumbers
Eggplants
Black-eyed peas
Chili peppers
Okra
Peppers
Potatoes, sweet
Pumpkins
Dill
Endive
Leeks
Luffa
Marrow
Squash, summer, and winter
Watermelons
Sweet potato
Tomato
Zucchini

Zones 9 and 10

Peas
Parsley
Beans, lima
Broccoli
Beets
Celery
Carrots
Cantaloupe
Chives
Cucumber
Leeks
Eggplant
Lettuce
Jicama
Okra
Sweet Corn
Peppers
Potatoes sweet
Pumpkin
Radish
Squash, winter, and summer
Tomatillo
Watermelon

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