Growing Summer Vegetables in Florida

Growing Summer Vegetables in Florida

The extra hours of daylight can be a calling to many of us to spend a little more time outside, but the hot and humid weather can be difficult.  It isn’t impossible, but it can be difficult to grow summer vegetables in Florida.  If you are feeling the urge to spend time in your garden, take these tips to make your summer vegetable garden successful: Plant Selection:  The saying “right plant, right place” is just as important in your veggie garden as it is in the landscape.  Summer humidity is tough on plants, so only a few of our crops will be successful.  I would recommend sticking with sweet potatoes, okra, southern peas, collards, and cherry tomatoes.  Sounds like a traditional southern dinner!… Read Full Post

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