What's in Season: San Diego Planting Guide

May 08, 2018
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Though we have mild seasons here in San Diego County, getting your veggies in the ground at just the right time will ensure that you enjoy the best of our natural bounty all year long.

Warm Season (Spring and Summer)

The temperatures begin to creep up in late March and early April, making it a great time to start planting warm weather crops

March-August

Beans, Snap & Pole

Squash, summer

March-July

Sweet Corn

Cucumbers

Tomato (plants)

April-July

Beans, Lima

Pepper (plants)

April-June

Cantaloupe

Eggplant (plants)

Melons (Casaba, etc)

Okra

Squash, winter

Sweet Potato (plants)

Watermelons

Cool Season (Fall and Winter)

As the temperatures fall in late August and early September, it's time to start planting cauliflower, onions, and other essential of our winter tables.

August and September, February and March

Potatoes (Irish)

August-December

Broccoli (seeds)

Cabbage (seeds)

Cauliflower (seeds)

September to June

Chard

September-May

Beets

Onion (green)

Radish

Turnips   

September to April

Carrots

Kale

Leaf Lettuce

Spinach

September to March

Kohlrabi

Head Lettuce

Peas (bush)

September-February

Broccoli (plants)

Cabbage (plants)

Cauliflower (plants)

October to December

Onion (bulb)

   

Article from Edible San Diego at http://ediblesandiego.ediblecommunities.com/things-do/whats-season-san-diego-planting-guide
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