When Is The Best Time To Plant Cabbage


When the soil is warm, about 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit. If temperatures are very low, you might want to wait until ground temperature is above 50 F or so. This is because cabbage plants are tender and they will need more warmth than other plants in order to grow well. Onions will also benefit from this warmth, but they can be planted at any time of year as long as temperatures stay above 45 F for several weeks before planting them out in the garden (otherwise they may rot). You can transplant seedlings when they reach 2 inches high.

How deep should my bed be?

A 3-foot by 5-foot raised bed usually has room enough for a 4-inch row spacing which means that most varieties of cabbage will fit into that space with some left over on either side! A 6×4 foot bed would have adequate space for most cabbages though if there are many varieties being grown together you could put one plant per square foot instead of two plants per square foot. The bottom line here is it does not matter how deep your bed must be–as long as it provides good drainage between rows and no standing water anywhere within the beds themselves, then there’s room enough for all kinds of crops!

What vegetable grows best in sun or shade? Can I go wrong if I do not follow what someone else says?

Sunlight encourages rapid growth which often results in larger vegetables quicker than under light shade conditions.. However,