Plant radishes in June in Zone 6 or lower, choosing varieties tolerant of warmer weather; provide consistent water, avoid dry soil, and ensure well-drained soil in full sun.
Plant okra seeds in soil above 70°F, fertilize without excess nitrogen, thin seedlings, and provide sufficient water for a fruitful and flavorful okra harvest.
Choose lettuce varieties suitable for your local climate in June, considering heat tolerance and slow-bolting options such as mustard greens or butterhead lettuce, for a successful summer garden.
Plant green onions in June for a low-maintenance, sun to partial shade-loving vegetable that keeps regenerating and remains tasty until midsummer, with the potential to return year after year.
Plant beets in June for a fall or winter harvest, ensuring loose and nutrient-rich soil, thinning the plants as they grow, and providing full sunshine to enhance their sweetness.
Plant heat-tolerant chard varieties in June, thin seedlings, provide full sun, and monitor for pests to enjoy delicious and versatile greens throughout the summer.
Plant established tomato plants in your summer garden, providing structural support and full sun, while watering from below to prevent leaf and fruit rot.
Plant established cucumber plants in June, providing full sun, ample water, and the option to train them to grow vertically to save space in your garden.
Plant established pumpkin plants in June for a chance to grow various varieties, providing ample space, full sun, and the anticipation of enjoying delightful orange squash in October.
Plant established eggplant plants in June, providing full sun, structural support, and considering container or patio gardening options, to enjoy the delicious and versatile vegetable throughout the summer.