Garden Planting Dates for NJ Zone 6
Mid-May isn’t the only time to plant a veggie garden, you know! New gardeners who are looking to expand beyond tomatoes and cucumbers may be interested to learn which crops should be planted at what time of year – spring, summer, and fall.
Below, an overview of our NJ Zone 6 garden planting schedule, with links to articles that we have written on each plant or season.
In addition to the below articles, we have detailed complete planting information for every month of the spring, summer and fall gardening seasons available in our handy NJ Zone 6 Gardening E-Guide.
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For more information, read When and How to Start Prepping Your Garden Beds in New Jersey , How to Grow Strawberries Organically and When to Plant Early Spring Vegetables in NJ.
For more information, read Getting Your Raised Garden Beds Ready for Spring Planting and When to Plant Early Spring Vegetables in NJ.
Cucumbers, zucchini, yellow squash, pattypan squash, mesclun, lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, sweet potatoes, parsley, cilantro, thyme, rosemary, basil, oregano, celery, lemon balm, mint, pole beans, bush beans, corn, nasturtium, marigolds, sunflowers
winter squash, pumpkins, lettuce
For more information, read What Vegetables Can You Plant in Mid Summer? and Cool Weather Crop: How to Grow Cabbage in NJ Zone 6.
garlic, onions, spinach, turnips, rutabaga