It’s not too late to start a garden this year. Spring is in full effect, and there are many things you can plant in April when living in zone 8!
Starting a garden can seem a little intimidating. There are so many things to think about and so many options. If you are looking for some help, I have a wonderful resource for you. It’s affordable, my favorite kind of resource. I’m not just saying that either! This girl… right here is cheap and so is this Vegetable Garden Class for Beginners!
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A-Z What to Plant in April
These are things you can plant in zone 8. So make sure you know your zone. Double-check the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone to see which exact zone you are in.
- Asparagus Pea
- Beans, climbing & dwarf
- Bell Peppers
- Black-eyed peas
- Brussels sprouts
- Hot peppers
- Luffa – start seeds inside
- Pumpkin – start seeds inside
- Savory, summer & winter
- Squash, pattypan, crookneck, and summer squash varieties
- Strawberries seeds and seedlings
- Sweet Corn
- Sweet Potato
Happy gardening! Feel free to use the contact page if you have any questions or need help with anything!
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