Vegetables should be planted after the last date of frost in Oklahoma, which varies throughout the state but occurs about April 15, through six weeks before the first date of frost in the fall, around Oct. 15.
About this Author
Katie Rosehill's first book was published in 2000. Since then she has written additional books as well as screenplays, website content and e-books. Her articles have appeared on various websites. Rosehill holds a Master of Business Administration from Arizona State University. Her articles specialize in personal finance, weddings and gardening.