What to plant in July in Santa Fe
Most people equate planting season with late spring after the last frost. Indeed, that is when you can plant most of your vegetables and garden plants. Planting after the frost protects the plants from freezing, of course, and planting early takes advantage of maximum sunlight.
But did you know you can plant all season long? Some plants don’t need a long growing season. Others thrive when temps start to cool in the fall.
So, if you’re sitting there marveling at your garden but a little bored waiting to harvest, consider planting a few things. Here’s what we recommend for your vegetable garden:
Newman’s Nursery has a wide variety of seeds and nursery stock for your Santa Fe garden. In addition, we have topsoil, soil amendments like compost, mulch, fertizer and more. Come see us today.