It's going to be a delicious year.
In many parts of the country, spring is in full swing in April! Other regions are experiencing their first mild days after a long, chilly winter. Regardless of where you live, you can finally get outside and start enjoying warmer weather, budding trees, and longer days. Flowers can be planted now in warm climates, while cold-hardy vegetables can be seeded directly into your garden in most of the rest of the country by mid to late April. Read the seed package to learn the best time to plant, or check with your local university coop extension service (find yours here) for planting times and last frost dates in your area.
Typically, here’s what you can plant in April: