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Head

Mar 1-May 1

70-85

4

¼-½

8-15

18-24

25

Leaf

Mar 1-May 1

45-60

4

¼-½

6-8

18-24

25

Muskmelon

Apr 15-Jun 15

80-90

4

¼-½ -1

24-36

36-48

40

Mustard

Mar 1-May 15

35-45

½

6-8

18-24

25

Okra

May 1-Jun 15

50-60

½-1

12-15

24-30

25

Lima

Mar 1-May 1

90-100

1-2

3-4

18-24

200

Beets

Mar 1-Jul 1

50-70

½-1

2-3

12-18

50

Broccoli

Mar 1-Jul 15

55-75

4-6

¼-½

18-24

24-30

50

Brussels Sprouts

Mar 1-May 15

90-100

4-6

¼-½

18-24

24-30

30

Cabbage

Mar 1-Jul 1

60-90

4-6

¼-½

18-24

24-30

30

Carrots

Mar 1-Jun 1

60-80

¼-½

1-2

12-18

100

Cauliflower

Mar 1-Jul 1

60-95

4-6

¼-½

18-24

24-30

50

Celery

Mar 1-Jun 15

100-125

10-12

¼

4-6

18-24

25

Cucumber

Mar 1-Jun 1

50-70

4

¼-½ -1

9-12

36-48

50

Eggplant

Mar 1-Jun 1

60-80

8-10

¼-½

18-24

24-30

30

Endive

Mar 1-May 15

80-100

¼-½

8-12

12-18

20

Garlic†

Mar 1-Apr 15

100-120

1-2

3-4

12-18

20

Kale†

Mar 1-Aug 1

50-60

¼-½

8-15

18-24

30

Kohlrabi

Mar 1-May 1

50-70

¼-½

4-8

18-24

25

Leek

Mar 1-May 1

100-130

6-8

¼-½

2-3

12-18

25

Summer

May 1-Jun 1

40-60

1-2

24-36

36-48

25

Winter

May 1-Jun 15

80-100

1-2

24-48

48-60

40

Sweet Corn

Apr 1-Jun 1

65-95

1-2

9-12

30-36

400

Swiss Chard

Mar 1-Jul 1

50-60

¼-½

4-8

18-24

25

Tomato

Apr 15-Jun 15

60-90

4-6

¼-½

24-36

36-48

120

Turnip

Mar 1-May 1

40-60

¼-½

4-6

18-24

25

Watermelon

Apr 15-Jun 15

85-95

4

¼-½

24-48

36-48

40

Vegetable

Asparagus (crowns) Beans

Bush (green/wax) Dry

Lettuce†

Planting Dates*

Days to Maturity

Weeks from Seeding to Transplanting

Planting Depth (in) Seed Only

Mar 1-May 1

2 years

10-12

6-8

Mar 1-Jul 1 Mar 1-Jun 1

65-90 50-70

1-2 1-2

Utah State University Extension, an equal opportunity employer, provides programs and services to all persons regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion, or disability. (EP/04-96/DF)

  • *

    Planting dates cover most areas of Utah. Consult your County Extension Office to determine best planning date.

    • Plant these vegetables from ind-August to late September for early harvest the following year. Plants may require some protection.

    • Row length recommended to supply enough produce for fresh consumption and preserving.

3-4

18-24

100

3-4

18-24

100

VEGETABLE PLANTING CHART

Sets

Mar 1-May 1

90-100

Transplants

Mar 1-May 1

90-100

Parsnip

Mar 1-May 15

100-120

Peas

Mar 1-May 15

50-70

Peppers

Apr 15-Jun 1

60-80

Potatoes

Mar 1-May 1

100-130

Pumpkin

May 1-Jun 15

90-120

Radish

Mar 1-Sep 1

25-35

Rhubarb (crowns)

Mar 1-May 1

1-2

Spinach†

Mar 1-May 1†

40-50†

¼-½

2-3

12-18

50

1-2

2-3

12-18

1-2

2-3

12-18

½

3-4

18-24

50

1-2

2-3

12-18

50

¼-½

15-18

24-30

50

4

9-12

24-36

200

1-2

36-48

48-60

40

½

1-2

6-12

25

4-6

18-24

24-36

20

¼-½

3-6

18-24

25

12-18

36-60

100

In Row after

Between

Thinning

Row

Onions

Seeds†

Squash

Mar 1-Apr 15

Planting Spacings (in)

Suggested Row Length (ft)‡

100-120

6-8

6-10

4

10-12

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