Question by  Izzyonu (4)

What can I plant in August in New Jersey?

When is it gardening time in New Jersey?


Answer by  flowerfloosie (17)

Let's face it anything planted in August will not do well. However, perennials will recover the best in August. A perennial plant will flourish the following year with little attention on your part. Depending on color or taste a brown-eyed susan ( rudbeckia ) or a purple cone flower (echinacea ) will be quite rewarding the following spring.


Answer by  njcho (6)

Although I believe August is not the best time for planting in New Jersey you could successfully seed beets and lettuces and could also transplant cabbage and broccoli.


Answer by  Izzyonu (4)

what can PLANT On august in New Jersey?

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