This post was most recently updated on July 20th, 2018
How do you know what to plant in your vegetable garden in August? It is not to late to put in your Fall / Autumn garden plants. Gardening information sure can get a bit confusing at times, but we have you covered.
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To use the lists below, first you need to discover what USDA Zone you live in.
If you are looking for more information about vegetable gardening, I suggest that you also have a good read over our growing a prolific garden information.
What to plant in your Summer vegetable garden in August if you are in the Northern Hemisphere and what to plant in your vegetable garden in February if you are in the Southern Hemisphere.
This month everything can be planted outdoors, straight into the soil. Make sure you keep new seedlings out of the baking sun, and make sure everyone is well mulched and well watered.
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What to plant this month depending on your USDA Zone.
If it is too hot, consider raising seeds inside, under the shade of a tree or use some shade cloth. If your frosts are on their way, starting sensitive plants inside is a good idea.
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