Squash is sown outdoors 1 to 2 weeks after average last frost, when the soil temperature is 70°‒85°F. Squash are sensitive to root disturbance so if started indoors, use our 3" or 4" paper pots that can be transplanted without disturbing the seedlings. Read more about squash: [ Buff.ly Link ]
#Cucumber plants can be prolific. So when we’re done putting cucumbers in salads, sandwiches, and vegetables trays, try this quick, refrigerator pickle recipe. They’re ready to eat in less than 24 hours! Read more:
Cucumbers plants are fast-growing. It is best to train the vines up a trellis; the fruits will grow straighter and will be easier to find among the leaves, and a trellis frees up valuable garden space. Learn more about sowing and growing #cucumbers:
Are you sowing peas today? If it's too early to sow peas in your climate you can sow 'Tom Thumb' in a container. 'Tom Thumb' grows to 6"–8" tall and you can bring the container indoors if temperatures drop below freezing.