IEatMyYard
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Central Florida Vegetables by Planting Month

I've been researching planting (seeding) times for vegetables in Central Florida. Hopefully this info will be useful to other Central Florida vegetable gardeners who want to know at a glance what they should sow within a particular month. The numbers in parenthesis are the ranges in days for harvesting.

January
Beets (50-65)
Broccoli (75-90)
Cabbage (90-110)
Carrots (65-80
Cauliflower (75-90)
Celery (115-125)
Chinese cabbage (70-90)
Collards (70-80)
Eggplant (90-110)
Endive/Escarole (80-95)
Kale (70-80)
Kohlrabi (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, English (50-70)
Peppers (80-100)
Potatoes (85-110)
Radish (20-30)
Tomatoes (90-110)
Turnips (40-60)
Watermelon (85-95)

February
Beans, bush (50-60)
Beans, lima (65-75)
Beans, pole (55-70)
Beets (50-65)
Cantaloupes (75-90)
Carrots (65-80
Celery (115-125)
Collards (70-80)
Corn, sweet (60-95)
Cucumbers (50-65)
Eggplant (90-110)
Endive/Escarole (80-95)
Kohlrabi (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, English (50-70)
Peppers (80-100)
Potatoes (85-110)
Potatoes, sweet (120-140)
Pumpkin (90-120)
Radish (20-30)
Squash, Summer (40-55)
Tomatoes (90-110)
Turnips (40-60)
Watermelon (85-95)

March
Beans, bush (50-60)
Beans, lima (65-75)
Beans, pole (55-70)
Beets (50-65)
Cantaloupes (75-90)
Carrots (65-80
Collards (70-80)
Corn, sweet (60-95)
Cucumbers (50-65)
Eggplant (90-110)
Kohlrabi (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, English (50-70)
Peas, southern (60-90)
Peppers (80-100)
Potatoes, sweet (120-140)
Pumpkin (90-120)
Radish (20-30)
Squash, Summer (40-55)
Tomatoes (90-110)
Turnips (40-60)
Watermelon (85-95)

April
Beans, bush (50-60)
Beans, lima (65-75)
Beans, pole (55-70)
Cantaloupes (75-90)
Peas, southern (60-90)
Potatoes, sweet (120-140)

May
Peas, southern (60-90)
Potatoes, sweet (120-140)

June
Peas, southern (60-90)
Potatoes, sweet (120-140)

July
Peas, southern (60-90)

August
Beans, pole (55-70)
Broccoli (75-90)
Celery (115-125)
Collards (70-80)
Corn, sweet (60-95)
Eggplant (90-110)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, southern (60-90)
Peppers (80-100)
Pumpkin (90-120)
Squash, Summer (40-55)
Watermelon (85-95)

September
Beans, bush (50-60)
Beans, lima (65-75)
Beans, pole (55-70)
Broccoli (75-90)
Cabbage (90-110)
Celery (115-125)
Collards (70-80)
Corn, sweet (60-95)
Cucumbers (50-65)
Eggplant (90-110)
Endive/Escarole (80-95)
Kale (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bulbing (120-160)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, English (50-70)
Peas, southern (60-90)
Peppers (80-100)
Radish (20-30)
Squash, Summer (40-55)
Tomatoes (90-110)
Turnips (40-60)

October
Beets (50-65)
Broccoli (75-90)
Cabbage (90-110)
Carrots (65-80)
Cauliflower (75-90)
Celery (115-125)
Chinese cabbage (70-90)
Collards (70-80)
Kale (70-80)
Kohlrabi (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bulbing (120-160)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, English (50-70)
Radish (20-30)
Spinach (45-60)
Strawberry (90-110)
Turnips (40-60)

November
Beets (50-65)
Broccoli (75-90)
Cabbage (90-110)
Carrots (65-80
Cauliflower (75-90)
Celery (115-125)
Chinese cabbage (70-90)
Collards (70-80)
Kale (70-80)
Kohlrabi (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bulbing (120-160)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Onions, Shallots (30-40)
Peas, English (50-70)
Radish (20-30)
Spinach (45-60)
Strawberry (90-110)
Turnips (40-60)

December
Beets (50-65)
Broccoli (75-90)
Cabbage (90-110)
Carrots (65-80
Cauliflower (75-90)
Celery (115-125)
Chinese cabbage (70-90)
Collards (70-80)
Kale (70-80)
Kohlrabi (70-80)
Lettuce (50-90)
Mustard (40-60)
Onions, bulbing (120-160)
Onions, bunching (50-75)
Radish (20-30)


(Source: UF IFAS Extension)

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Francis Barnswallow
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Thanks for the info IEatMyYard. :-()

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