Seasonal plants are mostly categorized depending on the seasons in which they grow well. There are three common categories: spring, summer, and fall (autumn) plants. The type of plants best for each season relies on factors such as temperature, day length, and sunlight. Here is the list of seeds for each seasonal category
Few plants are permanent, meaning they live for more than two years and can be planted in all seasons depending on the specific variety.
Examples include lavender, roses, day-lilies, and peonies.
Winter Plants (Cool-Season Crops):
Vegetables: Winter varieties of spinach, lettuce, kale, and certain root vegetables.
Flowers: Winter pansies, Marigolds, violas, ornamental kale and cabbage.
When planting seasonal seeds, it’s essential to consider the climate of your region. Some areas have distinct seasons, while others may have milder or more extreme conditions. Additionally, understanding the average first and last frost dates in your area can help you plan your planting schedule.
Germination: 15-35 days
Optimum soil temperature for germination: 55-70F
Planting Season: Summer
Sunlight Requirement: Full Sun
Planting Method: Out door Sow
Average planting success with this species: 60%