I live in Laredo, TX and I was wondering if it's a good time to already start planting or should I wait to the earlier part of spring?
Submitted by ana-acosta7

When to plant depends not only on climate and current weather conditions, but also on the type of plant. Many perennial plants, trees, and shrubs can withstand some frosts and freezes. You can often plant them any time during the dormant season when the ground is suitable to work. Cool-season vegetables such as cabbage, lettuce and spinach can tolerate light frosts, so they can be planted several weeks before the average last frost dat. Warm-season vegetables and most annual flowers that are frost sensitive should not be planted until after the average last frost date. Click on the links to find maps for the last average frost date of spring and first average frost date of fall on our website

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