Organic Gardening Vegetable Index

Vegetable Index

Organic Vegetable Gardening Fact Sheet

The index on the left is classified based on use and botany (crop type). Each index contains an Organic Vegetable Gardening Fact Sheet that provides seed information, special notes, harvest information, cultural diseases, insect pests, and a few special varieties available. The Organic Vegetable Gardening Fact Sheet will help you understand and grow that particular vegetable.

Fact Sheet Notes:
Planting time codes:
SP = Spring
SU=Summer
FA=Fall

The planting time refers to planting "after the last killing frost." The last killing frost might be later or earlier in your area. And some areas may not have any frosts. Use the links below to help you determine your last killing frost date.

Bulb

Bunching Onions
Garlic
Leeks
Onions
Shallots
Torpedo Onions

Cole

All are members of Brassica family or related crops.
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Chinese Cabbage

Cucurbits

Crookneck Squash
Cucumbers
Melons
Patty Pan Squash
Pumpkins
Watermelon
Winter Squash
Zucchini Squash

Fleshy Fruits

Bell Peppers
Cayenne Peppers
Eggplant
Okra
Tomatoes

Grains

Sweet Corn

Herbs

Basil

Perennials

Perennials are those plants that grow back year after year for three or more years.
Asparagus
Basil
Rhubarb

Legume

Bush Beans
Bush Lima Beans
Bush Peas
Pole Beans
Pole Lima Beans
Pole Peas

Roots

Fleshy taproot

Beets
Black Salsify
Burdock
Carrots
Celery
Cylindra Beets
Horseradish
Mangels
Parsnips
Radishes
Rutabagas
Salsify
Turnips

Lateral root

Potatoes
Jerusalem Artichoke
Sweet Potatoes

Salad and Greens

Collard Greens
Head Lettuce
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leaf Lettuce
Mustard Greens
New Zealand Spinach
Parsley
Spinach
Swiss Chard


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