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Seed Planting Schedule for Zone 9-10b

Posted by mslinh Zone 9,10b (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 14, 12 at 17:00

I am new to organic gardening in general (2 years with raised beds), and I hear mixed recommendations about when we can plant new crop / start seeds, since we don't really have a frost season here. I live in zone 9-10b in Santa Monica, CA. I'm eager to try them out but don't want to waste the seeds if there's no chance. I have had tomatoes & kale grow in my garden year round, so I'm curious what everyone's experience is with other plants.

When can I plant seeds for these, and indoor or outdoor?

Kale (Red Russian &
Borage
Broccoli - Romanesco
Prize Choy
Chives
SS Lettuce Mixture
Brussels Sprouts - Long Island Improved
Tomato - Cherry Roma
Strawberry Spinach
Ground Cherry - Aunt Molly's
Cucumber - Japanese Climbing
Lemon Basil
Carrot - St. Valery
Swiss Chard - 5 Color
Bunny Tails & Amaranth Flowers

Any advice would be appreciated! Please pardon the novice questions.

Thanks, Linh


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RE: Seed Planting Schedule for Zone 9-10b

I'm in zone 10a, but Florida is different than California. Each locality has its own guidelines. Here's a link I found with California planting dates-

Here is a link that might be useful: Link


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