With the month of May just around the corner, it’s time to think about growing warm season crops in the garden. In the Inland Northwest, it’s usually safe to plant them after May 15, although one should always keep a close eye on the weather forecasts. While you can plant seeds for all types of cucurbits directly in the garden, I plant mine indoors two weeks before moving them out to their summer home. The controlled indoor conditions enable better germination rates and give the seedlings a great start.
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