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Beginner Vegetables: too late to start vegetable garden from seeds? (zone 9a)

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Katy, TX

April 22, 2007
11:23 PM

Post #3420077

Hello everyone,

Is it too late to start a vegetable garden from seeds in zone 9a (Houston - TX)? If not too late what are the easiest veggies for a beginner?

Thank you so much for your help!
Augusta, GA
(Zone 8a)

April 23, 2007
8:29 AM

Post #3420777

You should be able to direct seed most hot weather vegetables, watermelons, southern peas, okra, lima beans etc. Probably still have time for summer squash and cukes.
Katy, TX

April 23, 2007
10:17 PM

Post #3423636

Thank you so much Farmerdrill !

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