Planning Your Spring Garden – What – When and How To Plant Your Spring Garden

website-disclaimer-image Disclaimer: I do not recommend any company over another. Websites and companies I list are for your information Only. Before spending your hard earned money always check out any website or company’s reputation.

Tomato Growers Supply Company Has a great website and catalog that I use as a reference guide when selecting Eggplants, Tomatillos, Tomato’s and Peppers for use in my garden. This company list over 500 varieties with a nice picture and description of each variety.

This website is much better than almost any seed catalog I have ever seen.
Tomato Growers Supply Company also has a free catalog of tomato seeds, pepper seeds, and eggplant seeds. With more than 500 varieties of tomatoes and peppers, including huge selections of both hybrid tomato seeds and heirloom tomato seeds, hot chiles, sweet peppers, tomatillos and eggplants, plus garden supplies, garden books, and posters.

Dave’s Garden Find your First and Last normal frost dates @ Dave’s Garden website. All that you need to do is enter your zip code and you will be presented with a detail first and last normal frost date chard for the area you live/garden in.
This site has a huge amount of useful gardening information and best of all, this information is Free. It is well worth your time to explore this site and bookmark Dave’s garden as a good reference material website. A good starting place is Dave’s Garden: Guides and Information

Texas A&M University website has a huge amount of free information on vegetable gardening. It’s all free and is mostly in down loadable PDF files.
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One response to “Planning Your Spring Garden – What – When and How To Plant Your Spring Garden

  1. We just had a light dusting of snow. I would love to start looking at seed catalogs and thinking of the garden, but I can’t until I have all of this year’s tucked away. Great post, though, and helpful links. I look forward to using them soon.

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