Another near winterless year for most of us. Plants are loving it… so are the bugs and diseases. With no cold weather kill-off, seems like they are getting a major head start. Spider mites, thrips, aphids, powdery mildew, early blight – just to mention a few – have made themselves at home for many weeks already.
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Though we didn’t have much in the way of winter this year, temperatures are dropping below the normal average frequently. Because of that, you could experiment with pulling from the “March In The Vegetable Garden” list a little bit into April. April’s list is stingy.
COOL WEATHER PLANTS
WARM WEATHER PLANTS
- Beans – bush, pole, lima
- Southern peas – crowder, black-eyed, yard long…
- Sweet potatoes
- Malabar spinach