Here are some recommendations that will help kick-start your growing season:
Generally you want to start your seeds 6 weeks before the last frost.
Indoor starters that transplant well: Basil, kale, cauliflower, leeks, onions, broccoli, eggplant, lettuce, cabbage, tomatoes and peppers.
Indoor starters or outdoors (a little more tricky for transplanting): Squash, melons, cucumbers, and corn
Outdoors: Beans, peas and root veggies
Windowsill Plants: herbs and micro-greens are typically happy year-round in your windowsill. For the best results have them in a south-facing window. Many people have started growing windowsill herbs & greens as a fun hobby and another way to get fresh food.
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