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Now that you’re not wondering what to plant in February, let’s answer some frequently asked questions so you can start planting before the end of the month.
Is February too late for winter planting?
Whether February is too late for winter planting depends on your hardiness zone. But, as you can see from the plants we’ve mentioned, sowing their seeds indoors in February is actually ideal. Once the seeds germinate, it is easy to plant them outside once spring arrives.
What seeds can be started indoors in zone 6 in February?
In zone 6, you can start seeds indoors at the end of January or early February. Cool weather plants like leeks can be planted eight to twelve weeks before the last frost, while warm weather plants like peppers can be planted three to four weeks before.
What fruits can you grow in February?
Strawberries, raspberries, raspberries, apples, pears, cherries, grapes, and kiwi are some of the fruits you can grow in February.