As I write this, there’s about 4 feet of snow piled against the south side of the greenhouse, the pond is almost completely obscured and the chickens are getting a little stir-crazy having been cooped up in their house. The thermometer reads 10 degrees F, which seems balmy compared to the subzero temperatures that we’ve been experiencing over the past couple of weeks.
But, believe it or not, it really is time to start planning for the growing season ahead.
In my video today, I wanted to share one of the most useful resources I have in my vegetable gardening toolkit – the Planting Calendar. In gardening, especially in cold climates, timing is everything. This Planting Calendar will give you a good guideline for what to plant when as we move into spring. It will also give you an idea of when to start your seeds indoors. Click on the video to learn more and then download my calendar below!
Click here to download my Planting Calendar. Remember, use this as a guide but be sure to check with your gardening neighbors and friends about dates that may be more specific to your site.
Have questions? Please ask them in the comments below!
5 thoughts on “My Vegetable Planting Calendar for Cold Climates”
Thanks for this. I’m excited for next year
What are some of your tips and tricks for protecting seedlings from damage when a late frost or snow comes?
Yay!! Have a great growing season!
Do you plant by the moon phase at all? Above ground vs below ground plants.
I don’t plant by moon phases, but I do think there is a lot to be said for doing so. Try it out this year and let me know how it goes!
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