Vegetable garden - Knowledgebase Question

Puyallup, Wa
Question by dmhills97
June 30, 2010
We have just moved to Washington. We have just finished the prep work to our new garden area. Is it too late to plant a garden? From seed? What about planing prepotted plants like tomatoes or squash.


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Answer from NGA
June 30, 2010

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It's late to plant warm weather crops like tomatoes and squash, even from transplants. May is the preferred time. However, if you can find transplants for vigorous growers like summer squash, it wouldn't hurt to try if you are eager to get growing. Washington State Master Gardeners provide publications that will help you. Here's a link to vegetable planting in summer or early fall for fall, winter and early spring harvest that would give you better success. Good luck! http://gardening.wsu.edu/libra...

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