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Growing vegetables and vegetable gardening has never been easier. Learn how to grow vegetables successfully by clicking on each name below for complete growing guides that include proper climate, soil conditions, harvesting tips, storage tips, and more. If you've never grown vegetables before, or if you've grown a vegetable garden every year, you will find these guides quite helpful and easy-to-use.

For more information, please read our in-depth tutorials:

Plan Your Vegetable Crops Planting Times
Learn correct planting times for cool and warm-season vegetables

How To Start A Vegetable Garden

How To Maintain A Vegetable Garden

Vegetable & Fruit Harvest Guide



Warm Season Vegetables

Click Vegetable Names for details

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Sun
Part
Shade
Full
Shade
Asparagus

(Asparagus officinalis)
XX 
Beans - Dried

(Phaseolus vulgaris)
X  
Beans - Fresh

(Phaseolus vulgaris)
X  
Beets

(Beta vulgaris)
XX 
Cucumbers

(Cucumis sativus)
XX 
Pumpkins

(Cucurbita spp.)
X  
Sweet Corn

(Zea mays)
X  
Squash - Summer

(Cucurbita spp.)
X  
Squash - Winter

(Cucurbita spp.)
X  
Tomatoes

(Lycopersicon esculentum)
X  
Note: We are still adding to this section and we will be including: eggplant (aubergines), melons, peppers, potatoes, and sweet potatoes to name a few, so please check back.



Cool Season Vegetables

Click Vegetable Names for details

Full
Sun
Part
Shade
Full
Shade
Broccoli

(Brassica oleracea)
X  
Brussels Sprouts

(Brassica oleracea)
X  
Cabbage

(Brassica oleracea)
XX 
Carrots

(Daucus carota var. sativus)
XX 
Cauliflower

(Brassica oleracea)
X  
Celery

(Apium graveolens var. dulce)
XX 
Lettuce

(Lactuca sativa)
XX 
Peas

(Pisum spp.)
XX 
Note: We are still adding to this section and we will be including: chard, garlic, kale, kohlrabi, leeks, onions, parsnips, radishes, spinach, rhubarb, rutabagas (swedes), and turnips, so please check back.


 








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Primula Love Cool Weather

There are many varieties of Primula and they all love cooler temperatures and shade to partial shade areas.

The top three favorites are English Primrose (Primula Polyanthus), Fairy Primrose (P.malacoides), and P.obconica.

They make great woodland plants, bedding or edging plants, and container plants.

They are perennials, and when planted in the correct spot, will last for years.


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