Japanese radish                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Carrot                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 5 has a medium-short growing season compared to others in the USDA garden zones. Understanding Succession Planting Part 5. Peanut                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Celery                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. In addition, … Daikon                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Swedes                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. 1-1½ in. Extreme Minimum Temperate −26.1 to −23.3°C (−15 to −10°F). Rare. Mangetout                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. ... Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu Zone 5b. The earliest vegetables for zone 5, those that should be planted in March through April, are: Asparagus; Beets; Broccoli; Brussels sprouts; Cabbage; Carrots; Cauliflower; Chicory; Cress; Most herbs; Kale In zone 5, after the first week of April passes, beans, squash and corn can be planted outside. The path to a healthy harvest always starts with basic foresight and planning. Ceylon Spinach                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Sweet peppers                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. ... USDA Zone 5b: To -23 °C. Capsicum                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Broad bean                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. The following article contains information about when to plant zone 5 vegetables. March 15. Pumpkin                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Chayote squash                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. November 30. Beets                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Hot peppers                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Eggplant                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Chilli peppers                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Hardiness zones are developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), use of the zones has been adopted by the other countries. @12. Brussels sprouts                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Borekale                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Keep your garden growing - see what to plant right now. Zone 4b, USA - Zone 5a, USA - Zone 5b, USA - Zone 6a, USA - Zone 6b, USA - Zone 7a, USA - Zone 7b, USA - Zone 8b, USA - Zone 8a, USA - Zone 9a, USA - Zone 9b, USA - Zone 10a, USA - … Annual minimum temperature for zone 5 is -15ºF. Gardening Calendar of Events; Gardening Knowledgebase; Ask a Question; Photo Contests; Ask a Question forum: Zone 5B; fall planting deadline. Cardoon                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Spinach                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. The temperatures can drop below the average minimums due to unusual weather patterns. Cabbage loose-headed                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Find more gardening information on Gardening Know How: Keep up to date with all that's happening in and around the garden. Asparagus                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone: First Freeze Free Date: Last Freeze Free Date: 2: July 30: August 15: 3: July 15: … 10. This interactive map will help you find the correct planting zones or hardiness zones for gardening accurately. and some things I … In 2012, USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) updated the 1990 hardiness zone with a 5°F half-zone increase. Tumeric                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country using the shipping timeframes outlined below. Taro                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Artichokes globe                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Parsley                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Borecole                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Huauzontle                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Bean, pole 65-75 May 10 - 20 ½ lb. What to plant and when in Zone 5 (adapted from thevegetablegarden.info ): Cabbage tight-headed                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. About Diana Bauman. Winged bean                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Radicchio                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Planting Calendar & Monthly Lists. Based on what hardiness zone you are, download the corresponding chart below: Zone 1; Zone 2; Zones 3&4; Zones 5&6; Zones 7&8; Zone 9; Zone 10a; Zone 10b; Each chart is broken down by month and includes what you can plant in that month. A Zone 5/6 Seed Starting Schedule can start as early as January with lettuce & other greens. Witloof                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Bell peppers                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Both do not look exactly right for me - April seems too early and May is too late. Cilantro                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Silverbeet                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Lamb's lettuce                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. French tarragon                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. At planting time, the soil temperature at 6 inches deep should be about 55˚F to give plants ample time to start getting established. They are planted directly in the garden and 1 week before the last frost is expected. Finocchio                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. After the seed germinates and presses through the soil, be sure to cover the delicate plant if frost occurs. If you’re new to a USDA zone 5 area or have never gardened in this region, you might be wondering when to plant a zone 5 vegetable garden. New Zealand Spinach                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Watermelon                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. The PHZM has been completely revamped, and is now GIS-based, meaning it uses specific data relating to positions on the earth's surface, comparing and contrasting information about a precise location. Sweet Marjoram                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Napa cabbage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7J@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Bok Choy                                          @1@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Chinese parsley                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Tomatillo                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Usual Planting Dates Usual Harvesting Dates Begin Most Active End Begin Most Active End AK CA 1/ CO ID KS 2/ MI MN MT NE NV 1/ ND OR SD UT WA WI WY 6.9 200 92 730 25 520 1,200 17 5 2,600 150 145 100 440 75 120 May 5 Feb 20 Mar 15 Mar 24 Mar 1 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 7 Mar 20 Apr 5 Apr 21 Sep 1 Apr 6 Mar 20 Mar 1 Apr 5 Mar 15 May 10 - May 25 Mar 1 - May 1 Apr 5 - May 5 Apr 7 - May 5 Mar 5 - Apr 1 … Summers are warm, occasionally hot. Spring and fall vary considerably from year to year, prone to frosts and sudden changes in conditions. Basil                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Ginger                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Planting calendar and reminders to keep your kitchen garden growing. -15°F. Sign up to get all the latest gardening tips! To find your planting zone, refer to the official USDA zone map. That said, growing vegetables in zone 5 may be subject to a variety of factors, so use this as a guideline and for further information consult with your local extension office, a longtime resident or master gardener for specific information related to your area. Fava bean                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Colorado on average has approximately 120 days between the last and first frost. As with every region, vegetables for zone 5 have general planting guidelines. Rainfall is moderate. Turnip                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Name: Lynn Lockport, IL (Zone 5b) Lynn0805 Oct 29, 2017 11:34 AM CST. Mibuna                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. A last frost date around mid-May and a first frost date from late September to early October means a frost-free season from early June through the beginning of September. The average last frost date in Spring for Zone 5 falls beginning to mid-April with another growing season typically taking place in Fall before the first frost hits in October. 3 ft. 2 to 4 in. This planting calendar provides a monthly planting and harvesting plan for more than 200 garden vegetables in 10 different USDA hardiness growing zones. The Vegetable & Herb Timing tables below provide the basics for scheduling your conventional and vertical Garden Tower plantings. Distance Between Rows Distance Between Plants Depth to Plant Asparagus nd2 season Apr 5 - 25 50 roots 3 to 5 ft. 1½ to 2 ft. 6 in. Radish                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Conifers prefer a soil temperature closer to 65˚F, so they should be planted in earliest fall. Views: 750, Replies: 10 » Jump to the end. Sunflower                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Squash                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. November 15. Maize                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. The last month that you can plant garlic and expect a good harvest is probably September. Zucchini                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11. Zones 5-6 Planting Schedule A Garden Planting Chart Crop Days to Maturity Spring Planting Dates Fall Planting Dates Seed/Plants 100 ft. Cowpeas                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Be sure to protect the crops with a cold frame, low tunnel, cover crops or a good layer of straw mulch. Lettuce                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6J@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. The weird thing is that the USDA map above shows us to be Zone 6 (with a finger of Zone 7 about 30 miles south in the Snake River Valley), but when I plugged in our zip code it gave the more accurate number. Jerusalem Artichokes                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Quebec Plant Hardiness Climate Zones Quebec Climate Quebec has three main climate regions: South-West region: this includes the Southern and western Quebec, including most of the major population centers, have a humid continental climate with four distinct seasons having warm to occasionally hot and humid summers and often very cold and snowy winters. Chinese cabbage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7J@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Snow and ice are dominant during the winter season. The USDA Hardiness Zone Method. Part 6. Endive                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 5b: This subzone has a minimum average temperature of -10° to -15°F. So, in my schedule, peas can be put out the week of March 8 – March 15, six to eight weeks ahead of my week of April 26 last spring frost date. 2012 Hardiness Zone Changes. Dasheen                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Salsify                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 9 Planting Guide: When To Plant Vegetables In Zone 9 Gardens, Upper Midwest Evergreens – Choosing Evergreen Shrubs For Upper Midwest, West North Central Conifers: What Are The Best Northern Plains Conifers, What Is A Columnar Tree: Popular Columnar Tree Varieties, Kangaroo Deterrents: How To Control Kangaroos In The Garden, Matilija Poppy Care: Tips On Growing Matilija Poppy Plants, Japanese Snowball Care: Learn About Japanese Snowball Trees, Fertilizer For Water Grown Plants – How To Fertilize Plants In Water, Spruce Trees For Landscaping - Spruce It Up With Evergreens, Western Juniper Trees: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly, Evergreens For Winter Interest: Growing Holly In Gardens, Christmas Tree Alternative: Decorating An Outdoor Tree For Birds. Sage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Warrigal greens                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Most annuals and vegetables do very well in zone 5, as long as they are not hit by a late frost while they are young. Mint                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Peas                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. These dates will in part dictate when the best time to plant is.