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GROWING VEGETABLE PLANTS INDOORS from SEEDS

Vegetable

Weeks from seeding to transplant outdoors

Average days for seed germination

Planting depth of the seed in soil

Average days to maturity

Average yield per 25 ft. of row

Broccoli

5-7

5-6

1/4"

60-80

25 lbs.

Brussels sprouts

5-7

5-6

1/4"

90-100

20 lbs.

Cauliflower

5-7

5-6

1/4"

70-90

25lbs.

Cabbage

5-7

5-6

1/4"

60-90

40 lbs.

Celery

10-12

10-14

1/8"

100+

40 lbs.

Cucumbers

2-3

3-5

1"

50-70

25 lbs.

Eggplant

6-8

6-8

1/4"

80-90

25 lbs.

Leeks

8-10

4-6

1/4"

125-125

25 lbs.

Lettuce

3-6

2-3

1/8"

70-80

15 lbs.

Onion

6-8

4-6

1/4"

90-125

30 lbs.

Peppers

6-8

8-10

1/4"

60-90

20 lbs.

Squash-summer

2-3

4-5

1"

50-60

30 lbs.

Squash-winter

2-3

4-5

1"

75-100

30 lbs.

Tomatoes

6-10

6-8

1/4"

70-90

20 lbs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

These plants should be started indoors at the times recommended by this chart, before transplant. You will have to decide when the planting time is safe where you live. Example: on Cape Cod you can plant outside, tender plants like tomatoes on May 1 to 15. In Rockport,  Maine it would be May 15 to 30 and in a Northern Vermont town like St. Johnsbury, it would be May 30 to June 15.
 

 

 

Vegetable Planting Calendar

Crop

How to plant

Days to Harvest

Space
between plants

Date to set outside

Beans

seed

50 to 60

2 to 4"

Mid May to Sept.

Beets

seed

50 to 60

2 to 3"

Mid to late May

Broccoli

Plants

50 to 60

18"

Mid to late April

Brussels
Sprouts

Plants

80 to 100

24"

Mid to late April

Cabbage

Plants

60 to 70

24"

Mid to late April

Cantaloupes

Seed

70 to 80

24 to 36"

Mid to late May

Carrots

Seed

65 to 90

1 to 3"

Mid to late May

Cauliflower

Plants

55 to 65

24"

Mid to late April

Celery

Plants

75 to 85

12"

Mid to late April

Collards

Seed

70 to 80

10"

Mid to late May

Corn

Seed

60 to 80

12 to 18"

Mid to late May

Cucumbers

Seed

50 to 60

24 to 36"

Mid to late May

Eggplant

Plants

75 to 90

24"

Mid to late May

Lettuce

Seed

40 to 50

6 to 8"

Mid to late April

Onions

Plants

100 to 120

4 to 6"

Mid to late April

Peas

Seeds

60 to 90

3 to 4"

Mid to late April

Peppers

Plants

80 to100

24"

Mid to late May

Potatoes

Tubers

85 to 100

36"

Mid to late May

Pumpkins

Seed

90 to 120

36"

Mid to late May

Radishes

Seed

20 to 30

1 to 2"

Mid to late April

Spinach

Seed

40 to 50

3 to 4"

Mid to late April

Squash,
Winter

Seed

80 to 12

36"

Mid to late May

Squash,
Summer

Seed

40 to 55

36"

Mid to late May

Swiss Chard

Seed

55 to 60

4 to 6"

Mid to late April

Tomatoes

Plants

90 to 120

 


 
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