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Are you wondering what to plant in March? Awesome! I have a list for you, so you can get started on the spring garden we’ve all been dreaming of. Well at least I have since January!
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Direct Sowing/Planting Outside
Onion sets can be planted up to 6 weeks before the last frost. I try to get them out in early March if the weather permits.
Peas are very cold hardy and can typically handle a light frost. They go out with my onions in early March.
Potatoes also do well with the cold because they are under ground for the first part of their life. I try to get those out in mid March. Most old folks around my area say you plant taters in St. Patrick’s day.
Radish and Turnips also do well and should be sown around the middle of March as well.
If you started cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower already you can start to harden them off.
Seeds to Start
March 22nd is the day I start pretty much all things during this time.
Check out the Nexts Months guide for your garden.