Spring is finally here and that means it’s time to get your garden ready! March is the beginning of spring, and with it comes lots of renewal, including plants and fruits! This guide on what to plant in March will give you a great idea on what you should start growing at the beginning of the season. We’ve compiled a list of the 11 best vegetables you should start planting in March! Let’s keep reading and get this garden started!
What to Plant in March
March is a great time to grow celery, especially if the ground if workable. If it’s not, you can most definitely start seeds indoors and then transplant them!
Carrots are easy to grow as long as you give them plenty of sun, water, and enough spacing. Start carrot seeds indoors or sow them directly outdoors.
3. Green Beans
Whether you have a lot of gardening space or very little of it, beans are the perfect vegetable to plant because when grown on the vine, don’t require much space.
Chives are perennial plants that belong to the onion family, and are very easy to grow! They’ll bloom beautiful, purple flowers, so they’ll make a really nice addition to any garden!
Beets, regarded as a super food, are a great vegetable to grow in your garden, especially if you live in a cooler climate.
Broccoli is a cold season crop so it can be grown in the spring or fall.
Leeks don’t require much room in the garden, and they also prefer a cooler climate.
Also known as Mexican turnip or Mexican potato, jicama is a starchy and crunchy root that is often used raw or cooked.
Parsley is a herb that has hundreds of culinary uses, and can add so much dimension to any dish including soups, stews, and sauces.
Lettuce is a cold season crop and that means it needs a cooler environment in order to grow and that’s why it’s the perfect veggie to start growing in March!
Peas are an easy-to-grow cool season crop that reminds us of summer and goes well as a side dish!
So now that you know what to plant in March, it’s time to roll up your sleeves and get to planting!
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