Millet .... June and July ; after potatoes.
Grass-seed . . September, October, November, February, and March.
Carrots . . . February and March.
Celery .... April and May.
Cucumbers . . April.
Watermelons . April.
Canteloupes . . April.
Peanuts . . . May.
Asparagus . . From December 1 to the middle of March.
Bean, bush . . From the 1st to the middle of March.
Beet .... Through November and December.
Cabbage . . . From the 1st of October to the 15th. Transplant about
November 1 and later.
Cauliflower . . From May to September.
Cucumber . . About March 1 to the 15th.
Egg-plant . . To prick out, about the middle of January, otherwise ten or fifteen days later.
Lettuce . . . About the middle of September.
Onion .... About January 1.
Pea .... About December 1.
Potato . . . The 1st of February.
Radish . . . From Christmas to the last of February.
Spinach . . . From September 10 until October 15.
Squash . . . About the last of February up to the middle of March.
Sweet-potato . In cold frames, about the 1st of January.
Tomato . . . About January 1.
Watermelon . . About the 15th of March.
Tender and hardy vegetables
Vegetables injured by a slight frost, and which should therefore be planted only after the weather has settled.
All Kidney, Lima, and Common Beans Egg-plant Pumpkin
Corn All melons Squash
Cucumber Okra Sweet Potato
Vegetables which, when properly handled, will endure a frost.
Asparagus Corn-salad Parsley
Bean, Windsor, Broad or Horse Cress Parsnip
Beet Endive Pea
Borecole Horseradish Radish