The flowers in this category are best seeded in fall as they need the winter cold to break dormancy. Simply sprinkle them on the ground in fall or winter and they will decide on their own when to sprout in spring!

The veggies can be seeded spring or fall. Timing for fall planting varies greatly based on your microclimate and the particular season, but as a general rule, add about 30% to the days to maturity of your varieties (because days are getting shorter and nights cooler), and count backward from when you’d like to harvest to decide when to plant them. It may take some experimenting to find the timing that works best for your garden, but heck, seeds are relatively inexpensive, and you’re learning valuable info for future gardens! Happy Planting!

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