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I gardened in zone 6b, central Ohio. I couldn't start planting until some time in March. I usually celebrated what I called "the planting of the green", meaning peas and other cool weather crops, about St. Patrick's Day, March 17th. The soil simply was too cold until then. If the soil is too cold, the seeds will likely rot, unless of course, the birds get them first. A soil thermometer comes in handy. There is usually information on the seed package giving a range of germination temperatures.Chimichanga wrote:I would like to grow green leafy vegetables such as lettuce, kale, collard, bok choy. Can someone share their experience as to which ones you can grow in north easy I'm in Zone 6 upstate NY.
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