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Old 12-31-2023, 09:39 AM   #1
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Default January Vegetable Garden Zone-by-Zone

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January brings the start of a new garden season. All gardeners can begin planning this year’s vegetable and herb garden in January and some will start planting this month.

To start the vegetable garden year, ask yourself these questions:

Which vegetable do we want for fresh eating?
Which do we want for freezing and storing as well?
How many mouths are we feeding?
Did we grow enough last year?
Which do my family and friends never get enough of?
Make a list of the crops you want to grow this year. Start purchasing seeds and supplies.

In garden Zones 7 to 11, you can start planting this month. In Zones 7-9a, start crops indoors or in a cold frame or plastic tunnel. In Zones 9b-11, you can start seeds indoors and outdoors. Cool-season crops can go in the garden now with protection in Zones 8-11.

Here follows a roundup of vegetable garden opportunities and tasks for the month of January. Use the map to determine in which USDA zone you are located.
https://harvesttotable.com/january-v...-zone-by-zone/
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Tomatoes, peppers, basil and parsley all growing well here.
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My neighbor is still getting cherry tomatoes after mine froze months ago.

Her plants are in pots she just dragged into her garage so they wouldn't freeze. No grow lights or anything else, but still producing for her.
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I think ill try and grow a few kinds of peppers and some tamaters this spring, zuccini, what else.?

I have a deer fenced garden area that I havent had the time to plant anything

Where I used to live it got too hot to grow tomaters and gophers ate everything
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My tomatoes will grow until the tree rats get to them, they sure have an eye for that red fruit. Got to pick them up as soon as they start changing color. I did OK last year and they taste much better than store bought.
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I have some collards and kale growing.

I am going to start some tomato seeds indoors tomorrow.
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This year's tomatoes are doing well, plenty of Basil and Parsley, wife makes a mean Pesto. I hope the 40º+ temperatures by Monday night doesn't do much harm.
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