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Plant
Planting
Dates
(yellow)

yellow
Moon
Favorable
(yellow)

yellow
Planting
Dates
(white)

white
Moon
Favorable
(white)

white
Planting
Dates
(green)

green
Moon
Favorable
(green)

green
Planting
Dates
(pink)

pink
Moon
Favorable
(pink)

pink
Pepper plants
3/1-20
3/2-18
4/1-30
4/1-16
5/15-6/30
5/31-6/14,
6/29-30
6/1-30
6/1-14,
6/29-30
Tomato plants
3/7-20
3/7-18
4/7-30
4/7-16
5/15-31
5/31
6/1-15
6/1-14

Outdoor Planting Table
quoted from The Old Farmer's Almanac


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THE BEST TIME to plant flowers and vegetables that bear crops above ground is during the light of the Moon; that is, from the day the Moon is new to the day it is full. Flowering bulbs and vegetables that bear crops below ground should be planted during the dark of the Moon; that is, from the day after it is full to the day before it is new again. The Moon Favorable columns at right give these days, which are based on the Moon's phases for 2003 and the safe periods for planting in areas that receive frost.

 

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