Vegetable gardening in Zones 1 – 10, what to plant in June. Have you been following my what to plant series? If so, you probably already have some beautiful veggies, herbs and fruits growing in your garden. But the planting season isn’t over!!! So today I have list of seeds you can plant in June for more delicious harvests.
I’ve divided the planting schedule by zone for zones 1 – 10; just scroll down to find your zone. In each section I have included links to organic, non-gmo seeds that should do well in your particular zone. But if you prefer to shop by catalog see my article on Seed Catalogs for some great choices!If you’re unsure what your planting zone is, check this link – all you need is your zip code.
May I also recommend some other helpful posts on vegetable gardening?
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WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE ZONE 1
Seeds that do great in Zone 1
Zone 1 is finally ready for some planting!
WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE ZONE 2
Seeds that do great in Zone 2
Lettuce (head & leaf)
WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE ZONES 3 & 4
Seeds that do great in Zone 3 and Zone 4
Okra (early in the month for best results)
Potatoes, white (early in the month for best results)
Radish (early in the month for best results)
Squash, both summer & winter
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WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE ZONES 5 & 6
Seeds that do great in Zone 5 and Zone 6
WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE ZONES – 7 & 8
Check out seeds that do great in Zone 7 and Zone 8
Beans, lima (early)
Corn, sweet (early)
WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE ZONES – 9 & 10
Check out seeds that do great in Zone 9 and Zone 10
Because of the more intense heat in these zones, you may want to start with transplants for better success.
Squash, winter and summer
June is the start of summer and for many zones the start of planting. Here in Phoenix I have everything in the ground that will grow in our summer heat… I await the return of fall so I can plant leafy greens and carrots again!
No matter what you’re planting I hope your garden is a a source of please as well as sustenance!
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