We are officially in June! Maybe you have already planted your seeds, or maybe you have been waiting for the weather and ground to warm up. As we are only a few weeks away from summer solstice (the longest day of the year with the most sunlight) it’s safe to say that seeds can now be planted outdoors.
What Seeds Can I Sow Outdoors?
Read below for a full list of seeds to sow in June:
Celeriac (for winter harvest)
Endive & Radicchio (for fall & winter harvest)
Leeks (for winter harvest)
Rutabaga (wait until after June 21st)
What Seeds Can I Sow Indoors?
Brussels Sprouts (transplant in early August, fall & winter harvest)
Cauliflower (transplant in August for fall harvest)
Overwintering Onions (sow in late June, transplant in August)
Purple Sprouting Broccoli (transplant in August for winter & spring harvest)
Visit our Edible Plants page for more information and downloadable resources about vegetables, herbs, and more!