What to Plant in February
Zone 8 & Zone 9
Arugula is a super easy little green to grow. Each plant produces for months and gives you so many yummy leaves (assuming you like the peppery kick).
How to grow arugula
Beets is one plant you can grow for many months of the year. Plant every two weeks through April.
How to grow beets
If you haven't had home grown broccoli, then you are missing out. This is a favorite of mine that I grow ever year.
How to grow brocoli
Nothing beats home grown carrots! Start planting carrot seeds mid to late January. Plant every two weeks through February.
How to grow carrots
For shorter winters choose cabbages that have fewer days to harvest (55-85 days) for best success.
How to grow cabbage
One of my favorite flowers to grow in the vegetable garden. This edible flower also has various culinary and medicinal uses.
How to grow calendula
Early spring is a great time to grow cauliflower. There are several varities to grow including purple and cheddar colors.
How to grow cauliflower
Perfect in pots or containers and you can even bring them indoors during harsh freezing temperatures.
How to grow cilantro
Dill does best in our cool season. It is sensitive to frost, so be sure to cover or bring indoors.
How to grow dill
Start kale by seed or buy from a nursery to plant and grow all winter and early spring.
How to grow kale
Home grown potatoes are so tasty and easy to grow in containers or raised beds.
How to grow potatoes
Rosemary is one of my favorite herbs to grow in my garden. Easy to care for and grows well in containers.
How to grow rosemary
Swiss Chard is a work horse in the garden. This is one leafy green that can take some heat and doesn't mind cool temps as well.
Read more on swiss chard
Thyme is one of the easiest herbs to grow in the herb garden, and its dainty little flowers will attract every bee and butterfly around.
How to grow thyme
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