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Planting Times

Kansas residents will want to plant at the right time.

When to Start Planting in Kansas?

Kansas residents can begin planting vegetables in March. Plant peas and lettuce in early to mid-March and plant potatoes and onions in late March. Plant most flowers toward the latter part of this month as well.

Kansas residents can begin planting vegetables in March. Plant peas and lettuce in early to mid-March and plant potatoes and onions in late March. Plant most flowers toward the latter part of this month as well.

What Time of Year Do You Plant Rose Bushes?

Plant roses in the East and Northeast from March to June, October and November; South Central, December to February; North Central, April to June, October and November; Pacific and Southwest, December and January, and Northwest, January to April.

What Vegetables to Grow in San Antonio

Lima Beans

Lima beans, sometimes called butter beans, are a staple of Southern cooking and grow well in the San Antonio region. Texas A & M advises planting them from March to late April in San Antonio. Lima beans are kidney-shaped and pale green or cream-colored and grow in pods. The beans mature in 3 to 4 months on average.

Cabbage

San Antonio gardeners can plant cabbage from mid January to mid March. Recommended varieties for San Antonio include Green Boy, Market Prize, Red Acre and Ruby Ball. Cabbage can be eaten either fresh or cooked and provides a high dose of beta-carotene, fiber and vitamin C.

Corn

Corn plants perform well in the summer heat. San Antonio gardeners should begin their corn from late February to mid April and can plant Calumet, Captain, Honeycomb, Silver Queen or Country Gentleman. Corn ripens in 65 to 85 days; gardeners can harvest the ears when the corn tassels dry out and turn tan.

Pepper

Both sweet or bell peppers and hot peppers enjoy the warm San Antonio climate. Texas A & M recommends jalapeno, hidalgo serrano, Hungarian wax and thin cayenne hot peppers; and Big Bertha or TAM Rio Grande Gold sweet peppers. Texas gardeners should plant peppers from transplant (not from seed) from mid March to early May.

When to Plant Vegetables in Wisconsin

Plant early cold crops from mid-April to mid-May, with planting continuing into late June for other crops. Lake shore areas and far north locations wait two weeks longer.

When to Plant Blueberries in Washington

Plant blueberry bushes from January to March in western Washington. In eastern Washington, you can wait a little longer and plant from March to April.

What Time of Year Do You Plant Potatoes?

Plant early, mid-season and late potato varieties in March or at beginning of April. Plant 2 weeks prior to the final expected freeze date in your area.

When Do I Use Crabgrass Killer If I Live in Tennessee?

Spray crabgrass with post-emergent herbicide any time.

You should use a pre-emergent crabgrass herbicide before the grass germinates, late February to early March in West Tennessee and mid-March to early April in East Tennessee. You can use a post-emergent herbicide any time after the grass germinates.

The Best Time in March to Plant Grass in Tennessee

Grass planting dates depend on the species grown.

Establish grass sod any time during March, or any other time of year, in Tennessee. Otherwise, sow cool season grass seeds, such as bluegrass, fescues and ryegrass in August to mid-October for the best results. Start warm-season grasses like Zoysia species, St. Augustinegrass, centipedegrass and bermudagrass in May through June when temperatures are between 80 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit.