Gardening

Calendar of sowing and harvesting in the vegetable garden


Here is the calendar for sowing and harvesting in the vegetable garden for sowing at the right time, in winter, spring, summer or fall.

The periods are given for information only and may vary slightly depending on your climate and / or the weather at the time.

Sowing at the right time is the guarantee of successful cultivation and harvesting of vegetables in the kitchen garden.

To read also: the lunar calendar

Calendar of sowing and harvesting in the vegetable garden

Here is a complete and free calendar for knowing when to sow and harvest vegetables from the garden.

EGGPLANTS

  • Sowing indoors at 18-20 °: February-April
  • Outdoor sowing under shelter: March-April (South-West and Noon)
  • In the ground: April-May (South-West and Noon)
  • Transplanting eggplants: April May
  • Harvest of eggplants sown from February to May: July-October
  • Read also : how to grow eggplants well

BEET

  • Sowing beets in the ground: March-July
  • Harvesting beets: July to November depending on the sowing period
  • Read also : how to grow beets

Carrots

  • Sowing under shelter carrots: February March
  • Harvesting carrots sown at the end of winter: June July
  • Sowing in the ground: March-July
  • Harvest carrots sownare in the ground : June-November
  • Sowing under shelter : end of October-November
  • Harvesting carrots sown in the fall: may June
  • Read also : grow carrots well

CELERY

Celeriac

  • Sowing inside celeriac: February March
  • Sowing under cover of celeriac: end of winter, February-March
  • Transplanting celeriac: end of April-May
  • Harvesting celeriac sown under cover or indoors: august-november
  • Sowing celeriac in the ground: end of April-May
  • Harvesting celeriac sown in the ground: October November
  • Read also : how to grow celery root well

Ribbed celery or celery

  • Sowing inside ribbed celery: February March
  • Transplanting the ribbed celery: April May
  • Harvesting ribbed celery sown in winter: August September
  • Ribbed celery seedlings: April June
  • Transplanting the ribbed celery: during summer, end of June-July
  • Harvesting ribbed celery sown in summer: August-October
  • Read also : how to grow celery well

CURLY CHICORIES AND SCAROLES

  • Sowing chicory in the nursery: February-early August
  • Transplanting chicory or escarole: March-August
  • Harvest of chicory and escarole: May-December
  • Read also : How to grow curly chicory well
  • Read also : How to grow escarole chicory

CABBAGE

Summer, autumn and winter cabbage (Cabus, Milan, red)

  • Seedlings in the nursery of head cabbage, Milan, red: February-June
  • Cabbage transplanting: april-july
  • Harvesting head, Milan or red cabbage: June to March of the following year
  • Read also : how to grow savoy cabbage well

Cauliflower

  • Cauliflower sowing: spring, early summer, around March-June
  • Transplanting cauliflower: June August
  • Harvesting cauliflower: in summer and autumn, July-December
  • Read also : how to grow cauliflower well

Winter cauliflower

Regions with mild winters

  • Sowing winter cauliflower: in spring, May-June
  • Transplanting winter cauliflowers: in summer, July-August
  • Harvesting winter cauliflower: end of winter and spring, March-June
  • Read also : how to grow cauliflower well

Broccoli cabbage

  • Sowing broccoli cabbage: spring and summer, May-June
  • Transplanting broccoli cabbage: June August
  • Harvesting broccoli cabbage: from late summer, October to May
  • Read also : how to grow broccoli cabbage properly

Brussels sprouts

  • Brussel sprouts in the nursery: March to May
  • Transplanting: may June
  • Harvesting Brussels sprouts:October to February of the following year
  • Read also : how to grow Brussels sprouts well

CUCUMBERS, PICKLES

  • Sowing inside cucumbers and pickles: March April
  • Transplanting: after 15 days
  • Harvesting cucumbers and pickles sown at the end of winter: June July
  • Sowing cucumbers and pickles in the ground: April June
  • Thinning: April June
  • Harvesting cucumbers and pickles sown in spring: July-October
  • Read also : how to grow cucumbers and pickles well

Zucchini

  • Sowing inside the courgettes: spring, March-April
  • Sowing courgettes in the ground: April to June, after frosts
  • Transplanting: may June
  • Harvesting courgettes: been until the first frosts, mid-July-November
  • Read also : how to grow zucchini well

SPINACH

  • Sowing in the ground: August-mid-October (depending on the variety)
  • Harvesting spinach sown in late summer: October to April of the following year
  • Sowing in the ground: February-April (depending on the variety)
  • Harvesting spinach sown in spring : may June
  • Read also : grow spinach well

FENNELS

  • Sowing fennel in the ground: April to early August
  • Transplanting: May-August
  • Harvesting fennel: August to October depending on the time of sowing
  • Read also : how to grow fennel well

BEANS

  • Sowing beans in the ground: February-April
  • Harvesting beans sown at the end of winter: may June

Regions with mild winters (Midi, South-West, West)

  • Sowing beans: October November
  • Harvesting beans sown in the fall: March-May
  • Read also : growing beans well

BEANS

Kidney beans with fillet, mangetout

  • Sowing kidney beans in the ground: April-mid-August
  • Harvesting kidney beans: June-mid-October

Reamed beans, mangetout

  • Sowing in the ground: April-mid-July
  • Harvesting row beans: mid-June-mid-October
  • Read also : how to grow beans well

Shelling beans, fresh grain harvest

  • Sowing in the ground: April-mid-July
  • Harvesting beans for shelling (fresh grains): July-mid-October

Shelling beans, dry grain harvest

  • Sowing in the ground: April-mid-June
  • Harvesting beans for shelling (dry grains): September October
  • Read also : how to grow beans well

Lettuce

Lettuce to force

  • Sowing inside lettuce to force: november-january
  • Transplanting: mid-January-end of February
  • Harvesting lettuce to force: end of winter, spring, March-May
  • Read also : how to grow lettuce well

Spring lettuce

  • Sowing under cover of spring lettuce: end of February-mid-April
  • Transplanting: April-early May
  • Harvesting spring lettuce: May-June depending on the sowing period
  • Read also : how to grow lettuce well

Summer lettuce

  • Sowing summer lettuce in the ground: mid-April to mid-June
  • Transplanting (or thinning): june to july
  • Harvesting summer lettuce: July to mid-September depending on the sowing period
  • Read also : how to grow lettuce well

Fall lettuce

  • Sowing autumn lettuce in the ground: July to mid-August
  • Transplanting (or thinning): August
  • Harvesting fall lettuce: September to October
  • Read also : how to grow lettuce well

Winter lettuce

  • Sowing winter lettuce in the ground: August-October
  • Transplanting (or thinning): October
  • Harvesting winter lettuce: March to May

Lettuce to cut

  • Sowing lettuce to cut in the ground: March to October
  • Harvesting lettuce to cut: april to november
  • Cut lettuce regrows after each harvest

JAWS

  • Sowing in the ground: end of July-October
  • Harvest: September to March of the following year (depending on varieties)
  • Read also : grow lamb's lettuce well

MELONS

  • Sowing inside melons: end of winter, February to April
  • Transplanting melons: mid-April-May
  • Harvesting melons: June to July depending on the time of sowing
  • Sowing in the ground: may
  • Harvesting melons sown in the ground: July-September
  • Read also : how to grow melon well

TURNS

Spring turnips

  • Sowing spring turnips in the ground: March-May
  • Harvesting turnips sown in the ground: May-mid-July
  • Read also : growing turnips well

Fall turnips

  • Sowing autumn turnips in the ground: summer, July to September
  • Harvesting turnips sown in summer: september-november
  • Read also : growing turnips well

ONIONS

White onions

  • Sowing white onions in the ground: August September
  • Transplanting: October-mid-November or February
  • Harvesting white onions: April-June of the following year

Yellow or red onions

  • Sowing colored onions in the ground: February-April
  • Harvesting yellow or red onions: July-September
  • Read also : grow onions well

Regions with mild winters

  • Sowing colored onions in the ground: mid-August to September
  • Harvesting onions sown in late summer: April to May of the following year

SIDES

  • Sowing sorrel in the ground: March to July
  • Harvesting sorrel: June-November (production over several years)
  • Read also : how to grow sorrel well

PARSNIP

  • Sowing parsnip in the ground: mid-February to June
  • Harvesting parsnips: During summer, from May to September
  • Read also : how to grow parsnip well

LEEKS

Summer leeks

  • Sowing under shelter of summer leeks: February March
  • Transplanting summer leeks: may
  • Harvesting summer leeks sown under cover:July to September
  • Read also : grow leeks well

Fall and winter leeks

  • Sowing autumn and winter leeks in the nursery: March to May
  • Transplanting autumn and winter leeks: May-July
  • Harvest of fall and winter leeks: October-April of the following year
  • Read also :grow leeks well

PEARLS

  • Sowing in the ground of perries: April to June (and July for the perries to be cut)
  • Harvesting perries: July to November depending on the time of sowing
  • Read also : how to grow perry well

PEAS and PEAS

Round grain peas and mangetout

  • Sowing in the ground: mid-February-April
  • Harvesting round grain and snow peas: june to july

Wrinkled peas and mangetout

  • Sowing in the ground: mid-March-June
  • Harvesting wrinkled peas: July to September

Early round or wrinkled peas

  • Sowing in the ground: 2nd half of July
  • Harvesting round or wrinkled peas:October
  • Sowing in the ground: mid-October-November
  • Harvesting round or wrinkled peas sown in the ground: april to may
  • Read also : grow peas well

PUMPKINS

  • Pumpkin seedlings: april to may
  • Harvesting pumpkins: September to November depending on the time of sowing
  • Read also : how to grow pumpkin well

RADISH

Every month radish

  • Early sowing under cover of radishes every month: mid-February-March
  • Harvest: mid-March-April
  • Sowing in the ground: mid-March-September
  • Harvesting radishes sown in the ground: mid-April-November
  • Read also : grow radish well

Summer and fall radish

  • Sowing radishes: May to August
  • Harvesting summer and fall radishes: july to november
  • Read also :grow radish well

Black radish or winter radish

  • Black radish winter radish seedlings: June August
  • Harvesting black radish or winter radish: November December
  • Read also : how to grow winter radish well

SCORSONÈRES

  • Sowing in the ground of the scorsonera:March to June
  • Harvesting scorsonères: October to March of the following year
  • Read also : grow scorsonera well

SALSIFIS

  • Sowing salsify in the ground: March-May
  • Harvesting salsify: October to March of the following year
  • Read also : how to grow salsify

TETRAGONA

  • Sowing inside the tetragon: February March
  • Sowing in the ground of the tetragon: May, after all risk of frost
  • Transplanting: mid-April-May
  • Harvest of tetragons: August to November depending on the time of sowing

TOMATO

  • Sowing inside tomatoes: January March
  • Sowing under cover of tomatoes: March to April
  • Transplanting: May, after all risk of frost
  • Harvesting tomatoes: July to October, pick tomatoes as needed
  • Read also : how to grow tomatoes well

Usefulness of a sowing schedule

Using a calendar to do your sowing in the vegetable garden is useful for effectively planning the harvest schedule.

Although the dates can vary by a few days depending on the climate and regions, it allows the cultivation of vegetables to be staggered in order to optimize space and time while having good crop rotation.

Keeping a planting calendar in a notebook is very convenient.

We can also garden with the moon by following our moon calendar

Source: GNIS

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