How to plan for a late start for the garden
I have been looking forward very much to this planting season, but for reasons beyond my control, I'm stuck out of Missouri for at least a couple more months. The garden hasn't been touched since the last of the produce was gathered last year, so it will take time to prep. I won't have a chance to get back to Missouri to get started until at LEAST the last half May and perhaps even later. That said, what strategies can anyone suggest for how to plan for a late start for a vegetable and herb garden, with a good portion still having to come from seeds?
Side note...I have a few potted fruit trees that wintered in the garage. I had been planning to plant them this spring, but is it a good idea to plant them if we're getting into the hot summer weather? Would it be better to wait until fall?
FYI, this is in Greene County.