The Q&A Archives: Cold Weather Planting

Question: What time of the year is best for planting cold weather vegetables in South Carolina?

Answer: You're gardening in Zone 7, where the last freeze of the season generally occurs by the end of April. Cool-season crops such as peas, spinach, cabbage and broccoli can be planted outdoors beginning the first or second week of March.

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