What to Plant in Your Summer Garden in July (or January)

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How do you know what to plant in your vegetable garden in July? Gardening information sure can get a bit confusing at times! First you need to discover what USDA Zone you live in.

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What to plant in your vegetable garden in July if you are in the Northern Hemisphere and what to plant in your vegetable garden in January if you are in the Southern Hemisphere.

This month everything can be planted outdoors, straight into the soil. Make sure you keep new seedlings out of the baking sun, and make sure everyone is well mulched and well watered.

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Zone 1-3

Asparagus
Endive
Parsley
Beets
Horseradish
Peas
Broccoli
Kale
Potatoes
Cabbage
Kohlrabi
Celery
Radish
Carrots
Lettuce (leaf)
Rhubarb
Cauliflower
Lettuce (head)
Spinach
Collard greens
Onions
Turnip
Zucchini

Zone 4-5

Beans (snap, bush)
Chinese cabbage
Beans (snap, pole)
Kale
Beets
Sweet Corn
Turnip
Spinach

Zone 6-7

Beans (bush)
Corn
Sweet potato

Zone 8-9

Beans (lima)
Okra
Peppers
Eggplant
Peas
Watermelon

Zone 10

You get a month off planting this month, as it is too hot for you to be in the garden, let alone baby plants!

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Knowing what to plant in your garden in July is very helpful for planning your garden. This is also what people in the southern hemisphere should plant in January!


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