Most vegetables can be planted in pots in South Carolina anytime after May 5. The average last frost date for the state is between April 3 and May 5. You should keep an eye on the weather forecast, in case of any unexpected frosts. Container-grown cool-weather vegetables, such as lettuce and spinach, can be planted once daily temperatures reach 55 degrees.
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