@12D, Shallots                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11N@12D. Eggplant                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Summer vegetables must tolerate the hot summer days and frequent watering is required. Borecole                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8. Swiss Chard                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Rockmelon                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Cool season crops, such as lettuces, peas and radishes can be grown during the winter with low risk of cold damage. Before planting it is a good idea to find our USDA Zone info to determine our garden schedule. Always select locations that receive a full days’ worth of sun in Zone 9b and 10a. Chinese cabbage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. Leeks                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Arugula/Rucola                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. Burdock                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Sunflower                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11. Then, in April, plant the warm-season crops: beans, cucumbers, eggplants, okra, peppers, squash and tomatoes. Aubergine                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. @12D, Swedes                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12D. Safety Harbor, FloridaSan Diego, CaliforniaSan Francisco, CaliforniaSan Mateo, California Watermelon                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Thousand Oaks, CaliforniaUnion City, CaliforniaVan Nuys, CaliforniaVentura, California Spinach can be harvested in 40 to 50 days, within plenty of time to prepare for planting the summer crops. CaliforniaJurupa Valley, CaliforniaLa Habra, CaliforniaLa Puente, California Kale                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8. For instance, I live in western Manatee County on the Gulf Coast, and for most of the past 2 decades have been situated in Zone 10A with only occasional dips into Zone 9B temps. Quinoa                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. The best time to plant lavender in Zone 10a can be determined by looking at the USDA zone … Alameda, CaliforniaAlbany, CaliforniaBelle Glade, FloridaBerkeley, CaliforniaBonita, Cabbage tight-headed                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10O@11.@12. @12D, Mibuna                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12D. @12D, Carrot                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9. Rocket                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. October 1 to October 31 - Discover what you should be doing right now. Courgette                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. When it comes to xeriscape gardening, choices of plants in zone 10a are plentiful. © 2015 Copyright by thevegetablegarden.info - Contact: admin"insert at symbol"thevegetablegarden.info - Advertise on this site - 2015 Rate Sheet. This schedule is a general guide for the zone, please check with your local extension office for precise information for your specific area. With a last frost date of January 30th or earlier and first frost date as late as November 30th to December 30th. Santa Barbara, CaliforniaSanta Rosa, CaliforniaSarasota, FloridaSouth San Francisco, California Pomona, CaliforniaPort Saint Lucie, FloridaPort St. Lucie, FloridaPunta Gorda, Florida Celery                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9.@10O@11.@12. Sage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10O@11.@12. Zone 10 Vegetable Planting Guide Posted on 12 Jan 07:49 , 2 comments. These dates will vary a week or two so it’s important to watch the weather before planting. Asparagus                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12D. Horseradish                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Knowing your gardening zones for hardiness and heat can help you decide which plants to choose. Sunchoke                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Each USDA planting zone has its own schedule for … Strawberry seeds                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. NOTE: No Planting in Winter Months. A list will also keep you under control when you see the end-of-season sales and are tempted to purchase something on a whim. @12D, Artichokes globe                                          @1.@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12D. Garlic                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. The lack of frosts and freezing temperatures provides a huge boost for winter gardening. Seed Planting Calendar USDA Planting Zone 10b – Spring Home / Seed Planting Calendar USDA Planting Zone 10b – Spring January / February / March / April / May / June / July / August / September / October / November / December Collards                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11N@12D. FloridaCarlsbad, CaliforniaChino, CaliforniaChino Hills, CaliforniaChula Vista, Salsify                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12D. FloridaHacienda Heights, CaliforniaHayward, CaliforniaHobe Sound, FloridaIrvine, NOTE: Vegetables and Herbs can only be grown in the summer months. Beans climbing/snake                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10O@11N@12. Yam/Oka/Oca                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. The most important data that the zone info tells us is average last frost and the lowest expected temperature for our area.. Rosella                                          @1J@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Sweet Marjoram                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Most vegetable varieties will have no problem maturing before your first frost date. Japanese Greens                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12D. Football Parties, Harvest Dinners? Florence Fennel                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. @9S@10O@11N@12D, Borekale                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11N@12D. Extreme Minimum Temperate −1.1 to +1.7°C (30 to 35°F) Temperate Year Round, Warm Winters and Hot Summers Indicative Towns: Naples, Florida; Victorville, California. Based on what hardiness zone you are, download the corresponding chart below: Zone 1; Zone 2; Zones 3&4; Zones 5&6; Zones 7&8; Zone 9; Zone 10a; Zone 10b; Each chart is broken down by month and includes what you can plant in that month. Apples have been considered a cold climate fruit that was on the fringe in most parts of Zone 9. Gumbo                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5.@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Planting in Zone 10a. Japanese radish                                          @1.@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Petersburg, FloridaSunland, CaliforniaSurprise, Arizona Oregano/Pot Marjoram                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Step 3: Determine your sunlight