What can you plant in September in Michigan?
Considering this, what grows well in Michigan?
Many vegetables (and fruits) do. We've had success with many varieties of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, broccoli, cabbage, kale, lettuces, carrots, potatoes, green beans, peas, summer and winter squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, radishes and beets.
Secondly, what can you plant in July in Michigan? In July, Michigan gardeners switch over from summer's garden of tomatoes, corn and zucchini to fall garden staples like lettuce, turnips and beets. As the hot weather cools and days become more temperate (and nights chilly), cool weather crops thrive.
Keeping this in consideration, when can I start planting in Michigan?
Many cool-season vegetables can handle planting times as early as the soil thaws and is workable, usually late March through early April in southern Michigan and three weeks later in the most northern parts.
How late can you plant vegetable seeds?
For most crops, you should start seeds indoors about 6–8 weeks before your last spring frost date. This gives the plants plenty of time to grow large and healthy enough to survive their eventual transplanting to the garden. Consult our Planting Calendar to see the best time to start seeds in your area.