North Texas Planting Schedule

The following are three season planting lists that work well in the North Texas Climate. They are generated from personal experience, Farmers Almanac, and other well rounded local growers. Gardening for food IS NOT an exact science but there are time tested processes that will give a grower the best change at a successful season. Please keep learning!

Winter Garden vegetables and herbs.

Winter Garden vegetables and herbs.

late November thru February

Our mild winters allow for many cool hardy plants. Harvested November thru February/March. They include Swiss Chard, Lettuce, Kale, Spinach, Mustards, Broccoli, Peas, Beets, Turnips, Brussels, Cabbage, Cauliflower and Potatoes. These would have been planted back in September-October.

What to Plant in January-February
for late Winter-Spring Harvests
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Plant outside: Onions, Chives, Turnips, Arugula, Spinach, Carrots, Radish, Parsley, Swiss Chard, Mustards, Spring Cabbage, cool hardy lettuce. Keep in mind you may have to protect crops with plastic or row cover during the very few freezes we get in Texas.
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Texas HOT season June-Sept

Texas HOT season June-Sept

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