Keep your garden growing - see what to plant right now

  • 1Set your climate zone What is my climate zone?
  • 2Print out this page, go find some seed, and get planting...
  • 3Subscribe to get free email reminders of what to plant each month, or support our website and buy our mobile app to track your plantings and harvests!

Planting in June - Gardenate

Sweet Potato (also Kumara) Plant crowns

Planning for July

Nothing much to plant this month. You can read gardening books and plan the garden!

Planting reminders

Join 30,000+ gardeners who rely on Gardenate. Subscribe to our free planting reminders email newsletter

Gardenate App

Buy the app for iPhone/iPod, iPad or Android and support Gardenate

Recent comments/tips

  • 16 Oct - Deana weston
    Is there anyone that has any yam plants for sale or seeds. Or does anyone know where to buy them from regards Deana weston
    in Yam/Oka
  • 16 Oct - Lewis
    Oops! I meant I planted them in early June!! Thanks
    in Cauliflower
  • 16 Oct - Mike
    It does say plant straight into the garden. A general rule I use is - if a very small/small seed use a pot or seed tray. If seed is bigger then straight into the garden. A small seed (cabbage/lett...
    in Kohlrabi
  • 16 Oct - Mike
    Depending on where you live - I wouldn't leave them in the ground if a chance of rain/heavy rain - they would rot. We are having the wettest Oct on record where I live. Maybe store in a box with s...
    in Yacon
  • 16 Oct - Mike
    You could probably grow tomatoes all year round. Maybe better to plant some good strong seedlings - like about 6-9" tall. Next year plant a bit earlier. I transplanted some small seedlings out 2 d...
    in Tomato
  • 15 Oct - Mike
    If the plants are quite small try transplanting them into the trench. Make sure you keep as much soil around the roots as possible. - like use a shovel and place them in the trench carefully so no...
    in Potato
  • 15 Oct - Mike
    Maybe pick some - say half. My mother grew it when I was young. Last year I picked asparagus for 6 weeks and I feel I could have picked it for 3 mths.
    in Rhubarb

Read all recent comments

Home | Vegetables and herbs to plant | Climate zones | About Gardenate | Contact us | Privacy Policy

This planting guide is a general reference intended for home gardeners. We recommend that you take into account your local conditions in making planting decisions. Gardenate is not a farming or commercial advisory service. For specific advice, please contact your local plant suppliers, gardening groups, or agricultural department. The information on this site is presented in good faith, but we take no responsibility as to the accuracy of the information provided.
We cannot help if you are overrun by giant slugs.