LOL it's OK Steve, I probably should be kept in confinement.
Ok I used some resources on here, and I found out some great stuff. You can tell how well I have planned my garden this year, but.. I did plan February.
I am planting today.. a couple varieties of lettuce and some carrots.
I am only planting really small area, 2 rows, maybe 5'x10' max..
I set up my soil well, I have great compost from last year. Did a little research on my picks and I am going to just give it a shot..but now I can start planning for the coming better with all these resources you guys gave me.
If you are looking for a what to do for the month thing. This is put out by the IFAS, Univ of Florida Extension Service. Many states that have land grant universities have extension services that put out publications specifically for the conditions in their state. I use the Florida and Texas ones myself, even though they do not cover a lot of the plants that I would typically grow because they are the closest to my conditions. CTAHR does not put out a garden calendar so I need to use other sources. I will also use the Sunset monthly garden guide which also works pretty well for me.
The link is broken, it says "service unavailable. But I did check the Sunset Monthly Garden Guide but it looks like that is only in the Western United States, unless I found the wrong one: https://www.sunset.com/garden/one-block- ... g-calendar
I did find this one from UF though, UF has AWESOME resources on growing in Florida, they have been researching for decades, it's just often cryptic and hard to sift through. Maybe someone else in Florida can benefit from this:
It's OK though because I have the other ones now, so I Am happy with that, thx everyone.