The Q&A Archives: Summer Veggies for S. Florida

Question: What are some vegetables I can grow in South Florida in the summer? I saw your 'Heatwave' tomatoes. I don't have much shade; I know "full sun" doesn't mean that in a South Florida summer. <br><br><br>

Answer: Most vegetables that do well in North Florida in the summer should be planted in the fall in South Floirda.<br><br>Some vegetables that can be grown in your area are:<br>Okra-Feb-Mar<br>Sweet potatoes-Feb-June<br>Pumpkin- Jan-Feb<br><br>Accprding to the Florida Planting Guide for Vegetables by<br>J.M. Stephens, the above are the only summer vegetables<br>for South Florida, but all vegetables can be planted in the<br>fall in South Florida.

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