Vicky
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Link for website that shows what can be planted when

I thought someone posted it here a while back. It was a great site that let you choose your zone, then told you what to plant each month.

Any thoughts?

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planting schedule by zones

Here it is again:

https://www.thevegetablegarden.info/resources/planting-schedules/zones-7-8-planting-schedule

It's just guidelines, but at least it gives you a place to start from until you figure out what works best for you.
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If you use frost-protecting devices like cold frames or low tunnels, you can add several weeks to those dates, especially with cold-weather crops.

Like RG said, these dates are a starting point. Over time, you will come to learn when different crops can and should be planted in order for a successful harvest. This is especially true with timing the fall garden.
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