May is one of the best months for growing in Oklahoma.
Hops are a perennial bine that is grown for its flowers that is used commonly in home beer brewing. It is important to have both a male and a female plant as the male pollinates the flowers on the female bine. How to Grow: Hops rhizomes can be planted as soon as the last spring frost has occurred. You can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal Web App.
Peas are a vining plant and will require a trellis to help support them as they grow. We plant them in the winter time 4-6 weeks before our first spring frost. See how simple it is to plant!
March is one of our favorite months of the year. Life is beginning to emerge from the cold of February, and new sprouts are everywhere! In March, we’re starting many things directly from seed outdoors, and continuing to plant new rounds of spring seeds indoorsto transplant later. The climate is different in every location and you can see specific dates for your location using our FREE iOS, Android, and Universal Web App.
These southern peas are extremely prolific and typically give us more than we can handle in a season. Because of the versatility of peas in cooking, everyone should be able to find a way to enjoy this vegetable!
Kiwi vines will not only produce amazing tasting fruit, but will provide a beautiful foliage for your garden! These are hardy vines that will take up a lot of room as they vine up extremely tall! You will need to ensure that you have at least 1 male kiwi plant in order to pollinate others and get kiwi fruit. These vines can be a perennial if you live in a mild climate. How to Grow:
This sweet, juicy fruit is tasty choice to add into your garden! Honeydew melons are very similar to cantaloupe, but have a pale-flesh.
This sweet, juicy, fruit is one of our favorite summer treats. Watermelons can be difficult to grow (and protect from mice and other pests) and are time-consuming, but they are extremely rewarding at the end!
Whether you plan to use them for pickling or slicing, cucumbers are a great plant to start out your garden with. If you wait for the weather to warm up and give them good soil, full sun, and sufficient moisture, they’ll flourish! Pay attention for the cucumber beetle though, a yellow and black insect that looks like a ladybug.