Thursday, February 7, 2019

Gardening Zone 7A Planting Calendar

If you're like me, you're always googling when to start seeds indoors versus when to plant outside, and when you should be expecting your harvests. I finally got fed up of always having to google these things and made my own little Gardening Zone 7A Planting Calendar. I thought it would be helpful to some of you out there in Zone 7A climates as well, so I made it a little bit fancy, and am sharing it right here on the blog!

We're just in time for growing season this year, with some of the seed starting happening in just a few weeks! Click the image for the calendar, and it will open in a larger window where you can download the PDF file, or just bookmark this post so you never have to Google again. (While you're at it, you might as well just bookmark The Joy Blog, that way you'll never miss a post.)

Happy planting, everyone!




The Joy Blog's Gardening Zone 7A Planting Calendar // www.thejoyblog.net

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  1. Such a lovely blog! Looks like we live in the same zone. I've toyed with gardening a bit, but this year I'm taking it more seriously. So glad I found your blog and can follow along with your more seasoned experience!

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    1. Thank you! Good luck with your garden this year, I hope you find my site helpful.

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  2. Hi Lana
    Are you still active with Your blog? It looks like a great one, but I could not follow You on Biogloven ( Page Not Found error ) Well Thank You and have a great day

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    1. I keep everything running, but have been slowing down with posts. Maybe I'll put some new content out this winter. :) Thanks for following,

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  3. Does this calendar apply to any year? I.E. . . . 2021?

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    1. Yep. Just watch for frost dates and adjust as needed. Sometime there's a late frost, and putting tender summer plants in the ground will be better to wait until after.

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  4. I live in 7A but my avg last frost is March. Where'd May come from?

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    1. I'm in the intermountain west of the US. Elevation can have an effect on frost dates. We're at almost 5,000 ft.

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  5. It's hard to find specific info for 7A so thank you so much...very helpful

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