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Harvest peppers as needed.

Week of July 25, 2022

Harvest peppers as needed.

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Harvest beans, summer squash and cucumbers while they are small and sweet.

Week of July 18, 2022

Harvest beans, summer squash and cucumbers while they are small and sweet.

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Dig potatoes as soon as leafy stems have died.

Week of July 11, 2022

Dig potatoes as soon as leafy stems have died.

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Harvest pickling cucumbers when they are 2–6 inches long.

Week of July 4, 2022

Harvest pickling cucumbers when they are 2–6 inches long.

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Cut leafy greens rather than pull up the plants; they’ll continue to yield more greens.

Week of June 27, 2022

Cut leafy greens rather than pull up the plants; they’ll continue to yield more greens.

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Continue to plant colorful annuals to fill gaps in perennial borders.

Week of June 20, 2022

Continue to plant colorful annuals to fill gaps in perennial borders.

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Leaf lettuce is less prone to bitterness in hot weather than head lettuce.

Week of June 13, 2022

Leaf lettuce is less prone to bitterness in hot weather than head lettuce.

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Store unused seed in a cold, dry location.

Week of June 6, 2022

Store unused seed in a cold, dry location.

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Plant tomatoes when soil temperature is at least 60.

Week of May 30, 2022

Plant tomatoes when soil temperature is at least 60.

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Plant purple basil as an edible edging at the front of flower borders.

Week of May 23, 2022

Plant purple basil as an edible edging at the front of flower borders.

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