This is a list of what we’re planting in August in our zone 7 urban Oklahoma backyard food farm. Click on the name of the vegetable to view more information about growing or preparing that particular plant.
|Vegetable||# Per Square||Notes|
|Beets||9 or 16||The greens are great as well!|
|Broccoli||1||Plant the entire square and thin down to 1, eating the thinnings|
|Cabbage||1||Plant the entire square and thin down to 1, eating the thinnings|
|Chinese Cabbage||4||Plant the entire square and thin down to 4|
|Collard Greens||1||Plant the entire square and thin down to 1|
|Lettuce (Leaf)||16||Needs afternoon shade until < 80 degrees F|
|Mustard||1||Plant the entire square and thin down to 1|
|Peas||8||Plant along trellis|
|Radish||16||Plant around zucchini to help with squash bugs|
|Swiss Chard||4||Plant the entire square and thin down to 9|
|Zucchini||1||Plant with radish to help with squash bugs|
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