The Best Time to Plant Tomatoes & Okra in Central Florida

The best time to plant okra in Central Florida is from March through July. It takes approximately 50 to 75 days from planting to harvest. Plant tomatoes in January through March for a spring crop, then again in September for a fall crop, avoiding the heat of summer.

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Diane Watkins has been writing since 1984, with experience in newspaper, newsletter and web content. She writes two electronic newsletters and content around the web. Watkins has a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from Clemson University. She has taken graduate courses in biochemistry and education.