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Vegetable Planting Chart

 

 

Vegetable Planting Chart

Vegetable Gardening in Georgia

 

 

Vegetable

Days to Maturity*

Cultivars**

Planting Dates

Spring & Fall

Seeds / Plants per 100 ft.

Spacing Rows per Plants

Depth to Plant***

 

asparagus

2nd year

Jersey Giant, Jersey Knight, Mary Washington, Purple Passion

Jan. 15 –
Mar. 15

Nov. & Dec.

50 roots

36” x 18-24”

6”

 

beans, bush

beans, pole

beans, lima

beans, pole lima

50 – 60

65 – 75

65 – 75

80 – 85

Bronco, Blue Lake 274, Half-Runners (State, White, Volunteer)

Kentucky Runner, Roma

Blue Lake, Dade, Kentucky Blue, Moccasin

Henderson’s Bush Fordhook 242, Jackson Wonder (Speckled)Sieva, Florida Speckled

Mar. 15 –
May 1

Mar. 15 –
May 10

Mar. 15–
June 1

Mar. 15–
June 1

July 5 –
Aug. 10

July 1 –
Aug. 1

July 1 –
Aug. 1

July 1 –
Aug. 1

½ pound

½ pound

½ pound

½ pound

36” x 2-4”

36” x 4-12”

36” x 3-4”

36” x 6-8”

1” – 11 ½”

1” – 1 ½”

1” – 1 ½”

1” – 1 ½”

 

beets

55 – 65

Detroit Dark Red, Red Ace, Ruby Queen

Feb. 15 –
April 1

Aug. 1 –
Sept. 20

1 ounce

18-36” x 2”

½”

 

broccoli

60 – 80

Marathon, Packman, Patriot, Premium Crop, Bravo, Decathion

Feb. 15 –
Mar. 15

Aug. 1 –
Sept. 1

100 plants

36” x 12”

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butterpea

70

Dixie

April 1 –
May 1

July 1 –
Aug. 1

½ pound

36” x 3-4”

1” – 1 ½”

 

cabbage

70 – 120

A&C No. 5+, Blue Dynasty, Bravo, Early Round Dutch, Rio Verde, Green Jewel

Jan. 15 –
Mar. 15

Aug. 1 –
Oct. 1

100 plants

36” x 12”

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cantaloupe

80 – 90

Ambrosia, Athena, Saticoy Early, Sweet

Mar. 20 –
June 20

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1 ounce

60” x 36”

1”

 

carrot

70 – 95

Chantenay, Scarlet Nantes, Sweetbites, Sweet Delight, Thumbelina (small)

Jan. 15 –
Mar. 20

Aug. 20 –
Sept. 15

½ ounce

18-36” x 2-3”

¼”

 

cauliflower

60 – 75

Absolute, Early Snowball, Graffiti (purple color), White Magic,

Symphony

Mar. 1 –
April 1

July 15 –
Aug. 15

100 plants

36” x 12”

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collards

55 – 85

Blue Max, Georgia Southern, Hevi-Crop

Feb. 1 – Mar. 15

Aug. 1 – Sept. 1

½ ounce

36” x 8-16”

½”

 

corn, yellow

corn, white

corn, bi-color

65-90

65-90

65-90

Bodacious, Golden Queen, Honey Select, Mirai 131, Seneca

Avalon, How Sweet It Is, Seneca Sensation, Silver King, Silver

Princess, Silver Queen

Ambrosia, Butter & Sugar, Honey ‘n Pearl, Mirai 301, Peaches & Cream, Serendipity, Sweet Breed Chorus

Mar. 15 –
June 1

Mar. 15 –
June 1

Mar. 15 –
June 1

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¼ pound

¼ pound

¼ pound

36” x 12-18”

36” x 12-18”

36” x 12-18”

1” – 1½”

1” – 1½”

1” – 1½”

 

cucumber, slicing

cucumber, pickling

cucumber, gynoecious

50-65

50-65

50-65

Bush – Salad Bush Hybrid, Bush Crop, Fanfare

Vine – Burpless Hybrid, Diva, Marketmore, Straight Eight, Sweet Slice, Sweet Success

Bush Pickle, Calypso, County Fair

Calypso, General Lee

April 1 –
May 15

April 1 –
May 15

April 1 –
May 15

July 15 –
Aug. 15

July 15 –
Aug. 15

July 15 –
Aug. 15

1 ounce

1 ounce

1 ounce

60” x 12”

60” x 12”

60” x 12”

½” – ¾”

½” – ¾”

½” – ¾”

 

eggplant

75 – 90

Black Beauty, Classic, Dusky, Ghost Buster’s (white), Calliope

April 1 –
May 15

July 10 –
July 30

50 plants

36” x 24”

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kale

50 – 70

Vates, Dwarf Siberian, Blue Armor, Blue Knight

Feb. 1 –
Mar. 10

Aug. 1 –
Sept. 1

½ ounce

36” x 8-16”

½”

 

lettuce

60 – 85

Butterhead, Romaine, Buttercrunch

Jan. 15 –
Mar. 1

Sept. 1 –
Oct. 1

¼ ounce

18-36” x 8-12”

?”

 

mustard

40 – 50

Florida Broadleaf, Southern Giant Curled, Red Giant, Savannah

Jan. 15 –
April 1

Aug. 15 –
Sept. 15

½ ounce

18-36” x 2”

½”

 
 
           

 

okra

55 – 65

Annie Oakley II, Burgundy, Cajun Delight, Clemson Spineless

April 1 –
June 1

June 15 –
July 10

1 ounce

36” x 12”

1”

onion, green

onion, dry bulb

60 – 90

100 – 120

White Portugal

Burgundy, Excel, Grano, Red Creole, Savannah Sweet

Jan. 1 –
Mar. 15

Jan. 1 –
Mar. 15

Sept. 1 –
Dec. 31

Oct. 10 –
Nov. 10

300 plants

300 plants

18-36” x 3”

18-36” x 3-4”

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peas, garden (English)

peas, edible pod

peas, Southern

60 – 70

60 – 70

60 – 70

Lincoln, Jackson Wonder, Wando, Little Marvel, Green Arrow, Maestro

Sugar Daddy, Snow Pea, Sugar Snap

Blackeyed – California #5, Pinkeyed – Purple Hull FVR, Cream Pea – Texas Cr?me, Crowder Pea – Mississippi Silver, Zipper Cream

Jan. 15 –
Feb. 15

Jan. 15 –
Feb. 15

April 1 –
Aug. 10

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1 pound

1 pound

½ pound

36” x 2”

36” x 2”

36” x 3-4”

1” – 2”

1” – 2”

1” – 2”

pepper, bell

pepper, hot

pepper, hot-sweet

65 – 80

65 – 95

Big Bertha, Camelot x3a, Colossal, Karma

Habeñero, Jalepeño, Tula, Marbles

Banana Supreme, Kuberille, Sweet Banana

April 1 –
June 1

April 1 –
June 1

April 1 –
June 1

July 25 –
Aug. 10

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50 plants

50 plants

50 plants

36” x 24”

36” x 24”

36” x 24”

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potatoes, Irish

potatoes, sweet

70 – 90

90 – 120

Red (Pontiac), White (Kennebac, Atlantic, Yukon Gold)

Centennial, Georgia Red, Giant Jet, Hernandes, Red Jewel

Jan. 15 –
Mar. 1

April 15 –
June 15

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12 pounds

100 plants

36” x 12”

36” x 12”

4” – 5”

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pumpkin, tiny

pumpkin, pie type

pumpkin, small

pumpkin, large

pumpkin, giant

85 – 120

85 – 120

85 – 120

85 – 120

85 – 120

Little Ironsides

Small Sugar, Sugar Baby, Touch of Autumn

Autumn Gold, Jack O Lantern, Jack of All Trades

Aladdin, Gold Rush, Major Lantern, Merlin

Dill’s Atlantic, Giant, Prize Winner

May 15 –
July 1

(depending on maturity date)

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1 ounce

1 ounce

1 ounce

1 ounce

1 ounce

72” x 48”

72” x 48”

72” x 48”

72” x 48”

72” x 48”

1”

1”

1”

1”

1”

radish

25 – 30

Cherry Bell, Scarlet Globe, Champion

Jan. 15 –
April 1

Sept. 1 – Oct. 15

1 ounce

24” x 1”

½”

spinach

40 – 45

Melody, Winter Bloomsdale, Hybrid #7

Jan. 15 –
Mar. 15

Sept. 1 – Oct. 15

1 ounce

18-36” x 2”

½” – ¾”

squash, summer

(zucchini)

squash, winter

40 – 55

85 – 120

Any yellow or green—all are good and easy to grow. Use compact varieties for limited-space gardens.

Acorn, Buttercup Bonbon, Butternut

April 1 –
May 15

April 1 –
July 1

Aug. 1 – Aug. 25

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½ ounce

½ ounce

36” x 24”

60” x 36”

1” – 2”

1” – 2”

tomato, determinate

tomato, indeterminate

tomato, cherry

tomato, grape

70-90

70-90

70-90

70-90

Bush – Celebrity, Early Girl

BHN 444, BHN 640, Celebrity, Mountain Fresh, Mountain Spring, Rutgers, Amelia, Mountain Pride

Early Girl, Better Boy, Big Beef, Big Boy, Beefmaster

Jolly, Sweet Baby Girl, Super Sweet 100

Grape, Juliet

Mar. 25 –
May 1

Mar. 25 –
May 1

Mar. 25 –
May 1

Mar. 25 –
May 1

June 15 –
July 15

June 15 –
July 15

June 15 –
July 15

June 15 –
July 15

50 plants

50 plants

50 plants

50 plants

48” x 24”

48” x 24”

48” x 24”

48” x 24”

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turnip

40 – 60

Purple Top, Royal Crown

Jan. 15 –
April 1

Aug. 10 –
Sept. 15

½ ounce

18-36” x 2”

½”

watermelon – large

watermelon – round

watermelon – small

80 – 90

80 – 90

80 – 90

Mardi Gras, Royal Majesty, Sangria

Baby Doll, Crimson Sweet, Ice Box, Imagination, Jade Star

Palm Melon, Solitaire

Mar. 20 –
May 1

Mar. 20 –
May 1

Mar. 20 –
May 1

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1 ounce

1 ounce

1 ounce

72” x 36-48”

72” x 36-48”

72” x 36-48”

1” – 2”

*Days to maturity are from planting seed or setting transplants in the garden. The number of days will vary depending on cultivar (some mature earlier than others), temperature and general growing conditions. Check catalogues for individual maturity time.

**Cultivars listed in the chart represent a few of those recommended. There are many other good cultivars worthy of trial.

***Plant shallowly in heavy (clay) soil when adequate moisture is present.