As soon as gardeners harvest their first spring crop, they can start planting a second crop of peas, carrots, beets, swiss chard, lettuce and kale.
Gardentalk – Clean up and garlic planting prep
Clear out debris and old dying plants in your garden before they become prime habitat for slugs. Don’t put old potato and cabbage plants into the compost bin. Individual garlic cloves should be planted six inches apart and two inches deep, and with the pointy end up.
Gardentalk – Easy peas and challenging beans
Master gardener Ed Buyarski explains how and when to start peas, beans, and leafy vegetables like lettuce and cabbage.