April - May
When the weather is warm, but not scorching, it’s gardening prime time!If you were able to plant in February or March, harvest
your first crops of cool-weather vegetables. Your greens, roots, broccoli, peas, and cabbage should be reaching maturity in
these months, but keep harvesting until the weather becomes too hot.Now, start thinking about which veggies you want in your
summer garden. Start warm weather seeds for peppers, corn, okra, tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, beans, and eggplant.Nourish
the garden with a slow release plant food.