"Saving, Growing and Preserving, Only Pure, Natural Seeds"
We are located at the Hernando County Farmers Market every Saturday 10am- 3pm. 2468 Commercial Way Spring Hill, Fl 34606.
I always have plants, fertilizer, Grow- Towers & seeds available. Orders for plants are to be picked up there.
 
 
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FLORIDA YEARLY PLANTING SCHEDULE 
 
WARM SEASON VEGETABLES 
 
 
 
Plant Outdoors 
 
 
 
 
CROP 
Start indoors 
Can be Direct Seeded 
 
                                                                       
North                 Central                South
Seed
Depth 
Space
per Plant 
Ave.days
to harvest 
Bush Beans
4 weeks 
Yes 
Mar-April             Feb.-April                Sept.-
& Aug.-Sep.        & Sept.                    April
1-2" 
2-3" 
50 -60  
Pole Beans 
4 weeks 
Yes 
Mar.-April            Feb.-April               Aug.-
& Aug.-Sep.        &Aug-Sep.              April
1-2" 
3-5" 
55 -70 
Lima Beans 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March-                 Feb.-Apr.               Aug.-
August                & Sep.                    April     
1-2" 
3-4" 
65-75 
Cantelope 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March-                Feb.-                 Aug.-Sep
April                    April                & Feb.-Mar
1-2" 
24-36" 
75-90 
Sweet Corn 
2-4 weeks 
Yes    
March-              Feb-March           August-
April                   & August             March
& Aug.                 - Sept.
1-2" 
12" 
60-90 
Cucumbers 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
Feb.-April           Feb.-March           Sept.-
& Aug. -             & Sept.                  March
Sept. 
1-2" 
12" 
Trellis
40-65 
Eggplant 
8-10 weeks 
not recommended 
Feb.-                  Jan.-March         Dec.-Feb.
July                     &Aug.-Sep.        & August
1/2"  
24-36" 
75-110 
Okra 
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
March-               March-                  August-
July                     August                 Sept.
1-2" 
6-12" 
50-75 
Southern Peas 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March-               March-                     August
August                Sept.                       - April 
1-2" 
2-3" 
60-90 
Peppers 
6-8 weeks 
not recommended 
Feb.-April            Feb.-May              August
& July- Aug.        &Aug-Sep.              - March
1/2" 
12-24" 
60-100 
Sweet Potatoes 
 
Tubulars 
Slips
March-June         Feb.-June       Feb.-June 
Feb.                     Feb.                Feb.
 
12-14" 
120-140
200 
Pumpkins 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March-April          Feb.-March       Jan.-Feb.
& August                & August        &Aug.-Sep
1-2" 
36-60" 
80-120 
Summer Squash 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March-April          Feb.-March       Jan.-Mar. 
Aug.- Sep.            Aug.-Sep.          Sep.-Oct
1-2" 
24-36" 
35-70 
Winter Squash 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March &              Feb.-March        Jan-Feb
August                &  August               & Sep.
1-2" 
36-48" 
35-55 or
70-110 
Tomatoes 
6-8 weeks 
not recommended 
Feb.-April            Feb.-April        August-
&Aug.-Sept.            Sept.              March
1/2" 
18-24" 
75-110 
Watermelon 
3-4 weeks 
Yes 
March-April           Jan-March        Jan.-Mar.
&July-Aug.           & August         &Aug.-Sep
1-2" 
48-60" 
80-95 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
COOL SEASON
VEGETABLES
Start indoors 
Can be direct seeded 
 
 
Plant Outdoors  
 
 
 
 
CROP 
 
 
 
 
 
North                Central                    South
 
Seed Depth 
Space per Plant 
Ave. days to harvest 
Beets 
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
Sept-March       Oct-March            Oct-Feb. 
1/2-1" 
3-5" 
50-60 
Broccoli 
4-6 weeks 
Yes not perfered
Aug-Feb            Aug-Jan                Sept-Jan 
1/2" 
12-18" 
75-90 
Brussel Sprouts 
4-6 weeks 
Yes not prefered
Sept-Nov          Oct-Nov                 Oct-Dec. 
1/2" 
30-36 
90-120 
Cabbage 
4-6 weeks 
Yes not prefered
Sept-Feb          Sep-Jan                Sep-Jan 
1/2" 
24-36 
90-110 
Carrots 
3-4 weeks
Yes prefered
Sep-March       Oct-March              Oct-Feb 
1/2" 
1-3" 
65-80 
Cauliflower 
4-6 weeks 
Yes not prefered
Jan-Feb            Oct-Jan                   Oct-Jan
& Aug-Oct 
1/2" 
18-24" 
75-90 
Celery 
10 weeks 
No 
Jan-March        Aug-Feb                  Oct-Jan
1/4" 
6-10" 
80-115 
Chinese Cabbage 
4-6 weeks
Yes 
Oct-Feb           Oct-Jan                   Nov-Jan 
1/2" 
12-24" 
70-90 
Collards 
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
Feb-Apr           Aug-March           Aug-Feb
& Aug-Nov 
1/2" 
10-18" 
70-80 
Endive/ Escarole
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
Feb-March        Jan-Feb                 Sep-Jan
& Sep                 & Sep 
1/2" 
8-12" 
80-95 
Kale 
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
Sep-Feb             Sep-Jan               Sep-Jan
1/2" 
12-18" 
30 
Kolrabi 
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
Sep-March         Oct-March          Oct-Feb 
1/2" 
24-30" 
70-80 
Lettuce, crisp leaf, Romain
& butterhhead 
 
4-6 weeks 
 
Yes 
 
Feb-March         Sep-March           Sept-Jan
& Sept-Oct 
 
1/4" 
 
8-12" 
 
45-90 
 Mustard greens
4-6 weeks 
yes 
Sept-May            Sept-March     Sept-March 
1/2' 
1-6" 
40-60 
Spinach 
4-6 weeks 
Yes 
Oct-Nov             Oct-Nov               Oct-Jan 
3/4" 
3-5" 
45-60 
 Onions, bulbing
6-8 weeks 
Yes 
Sept-Dec            Sept-Dec            Sept-Nov 
1/2" 
4-6" 
5-150 
 Parsley
9-10 weeks 
Yes 
Sept-March          Oct-Feb            Sept-Jan 
1/2" 
8-12" 
70-90 
 English Peas
4 weeks 
Yes 
Jan-March           Sept-Feb           Sept-Feb 
1-2" 
2-3" 
50-70 
 Potatoes
 
tubulars 
Jan-March            Sept-Jan         Sept-Jan 
3-4"
8-12" 
85-110 
 Radish
not recommended 
 
Yes 
Sept-March         Sept-March      Oct-March 
3/4" 
1-4" 
20-35 
Turnip 
not recommended 
 
Yes 
Jan-April               Jan-March       Oct-Feb
& Aug-Oct             &Sept-Nov 
1/2" 
4-6" 
40-60 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*North =
North of State
Road 40

                

     

     

     
    *Central =
    Between State Roads 40 & 70
     
    *South =
    South of State Road 70
     
    **Some of us are on the borderline.  Planting dates may overlap . Adjust dates as needed for your area.
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