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What to Plant in March

March is a great time to plant many of our favorite fruits and veggies in the garden! Check out below what can be planted this month!

What to Plant in March

Asian Greens (March 1-31)

Beans, Snap and Lima (March 15-31)

Beets (March 1-31)

Cantaloupe (March 25-31)

Swiss Chard (March 1-31, from seeds or transplant)

Corn (March 1-31)

Cucumber (March 15-31)

Eggplant (March 15-31, from transplant)

Greens, Warm Season (March 15-31)

Mustard (March 1-31, from seeds or transplant)

Pepper (March 15-31, from transplant)

Pumpkin (March 15-31)

Radish (March 1-20)

Squash, Summer and Winter (March 15-31)

Tomatoes (March 15-31, from transplant)

Turnip (March 1-31)

Good places to find seeds and transplants are The Natural Gardener, The Great Outdoors, or any other local, organic nursery. Call ahead to see if they have what you are looking for!

Finally, if you are worried about spring and summer insects munching on your veggies, be sure to check out the Spring Pests & Diseases class on March 11th or sign up for one of our Citizen Gardener classes this spring.