Hi, All! This is a vegetable planting guide for zone 8b. Most vegetable and herbs varieties will grow well. If you live in or around the Charleston, SC area (Zone 8), here is a handy planting calendar for your garden. Fava bean                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11N@12. Chives                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10O@11.@12. Gumbo                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Vegetable Planting Calendar for All Zones. Warrigal greens                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Gourds                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Daikon                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. These dates will vary a week or two so it’s important to watch the weather before planting. Silverbeet                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Those areas of zone 8 in the United States have low temperatures from 10 to 20 degrees F. (Hobby) (Zone 9a) "Godspeed, & Good Harvest!" Macon, GeorgiaMansfield, TexasMckinney, TexasMeridian, MississippiMesquite, TexasMinden, Louisiana Prattville, AlabamaRichardson, TexasRock Hill, South CarolinaSan Angelo, Texas Aubergine                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Average Date of Last Frost (spring) March 15: Average Date of First Frost (fall) November 15: Lowest Expected Low: 15°F: Highest Expected Low: 20°F : This means that on a really cold year, the coldest it will get is 15°F. Savory Winter                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Radicchio                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. Squash                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Turnip                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Savory Summer                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Okra                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Horseradish                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. Gai choy                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Napa cabbage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 8a includes cities such as Dallas, Texas and Tifton, Georgia and zone 8b includes Austin, Texas and Gainesville, Florida. These crops include beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, lettuce, onions, peas, potatoes, radishes, spinach, turnips, kale and collards. Borekale                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Chinese Peas                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. 57. I like... posted 9 months ago . Gardening regions of Texas. Beets                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. The last frost date is at the start of April and first frost date is at the start of December. Here's my roster. Sunflower                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Vietnamese Mint                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Mibuna                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Pak Choy/Choi                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10O@11N@12. Parsnip                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Celery                                          @1J@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12D. Summer Vegetables: tomatoes (Celebrity, Rutgers, Yellow Pear for starters this year), peppers (Giant Marconi and Cayenne), eggplant (Japanese types: long and skinny), summer squash (yellow crookneck and Romanesco zuchini), Delicata winter squash (new this year), Spacemaster and Salad Bush cucumbers … Lo Bok                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. New Zealand Spinach                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Texas gardening zone USDA Hardiness Zone Average minimum temperature Zone I Zone 6 -10–0°F Zone II Zone 7 0–10°F Zone III Zone 8 10–20°F Sage                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Average min. Artichokes globe                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Swiss Chard                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. temp: 10F to 15F Average last frost date: April 15 Average first frost date: Oct 27. Mangetout                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. 10 (8) 11 (1) 2 (3) 3 (215) 4 (220) 5 (220) 6 (220) 7 (220) 8 (220) 9 (206) Light Requirements. It can be heartbreaking to know if you can’t grow you favorite vegetables, but most of the times it isn’t worth the headache to plant something outside of your planting zone. These dates are general guidelines, so watch the weather forecasts before planting. Celeriac                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Gardeners in USDA Hardiness Zones 8 and above enjoy a longer gardening season than gardeners with long, freezing winters. Cabbage tight-headed                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. We have some fig trees on our property in zone 7b, and so far they handle cooler temperatures well within reason, even though the recommended zone starts at 8. When you are growing plants in Zone 8, you can plant most of the familiar garden vegetables, sometimes even twice a year. Dill                                             @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Mangle Wurzel                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Mache                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. Thyme                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. I've included general characteristics about the tree, harvest time, height, and hardiness zones. Marrow                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Maize                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. frost-susceptible vegetables to plant, when to plant, and whether to use transplants or seeds. The lists are based on planting season (winter, spring, summer, fall) with vegetables and fruits listed alphabetically. One Mud Monkey's Adventure in Organic Gardening, The Truth About Garden Remedies: What Works, What Doesn't, and Why :: Jeff Gillman, Teaming with Microbes: A Gardener's Guide to the Soil Food Web :: Jeff Lowenfels, Wayne Lewis, Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners :: Suzanne Ashworth, Kent Whealy, Root Cellaring : Natural Cold Storage of Fruits Vegetables :: Mike Bubel, Propagation Handbook: Basic Techniques for Gardeners :: Geoff Bryant, The Organic Lawn Care Manual :: Paul Tukey, The Orchard Mason Bee (Osmia Lignaria Propingua Cresson : the Life-History-Biology-Propagation and Use of a Truly Benevolent and Beneficial Insect) :: Brian L. Griffin, Keeping the Harvest : Discover the Homegrown Goodness of Putting Up Your Own Fruits, Vegetables Herbs (Down-to-Earth Book) :: Nancy Chioffi, Gretchen Mead, Insects of the Pacific Northwest (Timber Press Field Guide) :: Judy Haggard, Peter Haggard, Grow the Best Tomatoes : Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin A-189 (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin, a-189) :: John Page, Great Garden Companions : A Companion-Planting System for a Beautiful, Chemical-Free Vegetable Garden :: Sally Jean Cunningham, Four-Season Harvest: Organic Vegetables from Your Home Garden All Year Long :: Eliot Coleman, Butterflies of the Pacific Northwest :: William Neill, The Backyard Berry Book: A Hands-On Guide to Growing Berries, Brambles, and Vine Fruit in the Home Garden :: Stella Otto. On most years you should be prepared to experience lows near 20°F. Hamilton Betchman. Radish                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. Some extra plants to grow in this warmer zone include: Cantaloupe, Hot peppers, Okra, Field peas, Tomatoes and Watermelon. Grand Prairie, TexasHampton, VirginiaJackson , MississippiKaufman, TexasKeller, Texas Select your zone . Witloof                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. What to Plant. Wong bok                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 8a, the cooler region of Zone 8. Late-summer and fall offer zone 7 gardeners a second chance to plant. Smithfield, VirginiaSpring Lake, North CarolinaStockbridge, GeorgiaThe Dalles, Oregon Rocket                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10O@11.@12. Eggplant                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Extreme Minimum Temperate −12.2 to −9.4°C (10 to 15°F), Temperate Year Round - Mild Winters, Hot Summers, Indicative Towns: Tifton, Georgia; Dallas, Texas. -Elizabeth Murray. Know your soil. Pests & Diseases. This Grow Guide can tell you when to start seeds and when to move things out into the garden for your zone too! Cilantro                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Lamb's lettuce                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. In zone 7, cool-weather vegetables can usually be planted outdoors in early February. Garlic                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Zones 8 has a medium/moderate growing window for gardening. Beetroot                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Oxford, AlabamaOzark, AlabamaPerry, GeorgiaPhenix City, AlabamaPlano, Texas Asparagus                                          @1.@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12D. Brokali                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7J@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Shallots                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. West Columbia, South CarolinaWilmington, North CarolinaWilson, North Carolina. Arlington, TexasAthens, GeorgiaAtlanta, GeorgiaAugusta, GeorgiaBalch Springs, TexasBessemer, Borecole                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Tomatillo                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Bok Choy                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10O@11N@12. Brussels sprouts                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. ; You can protect winter plants in Zone 8 with a row cover, just be sure to raise the cover on sunny winter days to avoid overheating plants. Cocoyam                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Tumeric                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Asparagus pea                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. This can mean turning your vegetable gardening calendar on end or having 2 separate vegetable growing seasons that may have little to do with the usual gardening calendar. Views: 1517, Replies: 25 » Jump to the end. Summer squash                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Malabar greens                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Mineral Wells, TexasMontgomery, AlabamaNewberry, South CarolinaNewport , Virginia How-to Garden. Swedes                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10O@11N@12D. Belgian endive                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. Parsley                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 7 is characterized by mild winters--in which the lowest temperatures dip down to 0 degrees Fahrenheit at night--and warm, temperate summers. Vegetable oyster                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10O@11N@12CT. Water Chestnut                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Full Shade (1) Full Sun (220) Partial Shade (14) Spread. Figure 1. Try this with cool-season vegetables like carrots, peas, celery and … We WILL NOT have frosty weather from March 28 – November 1. Name: Linda SE Houston, Tx. The way the map works is like this: based on the average annual minimum winter temperature, divided into 10-degree F zones. Snow Peas                                          @1J@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. Some extra herbs to grow include: Marjoram, Mexican oregano, Rosemary and Sage. Cucumber                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Broad bean                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11N@12. Southern peas                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Most vegetable and herbs varieties will grow well. Ladyfinger                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Onion                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11N@12D. Some vegetables, like lettuce and spinach, appreciate partial shade so be sure to check the sun requirements of your chosen veggies. Spinach                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. Vegetable Planting Calendar - Zone 8A & 8B - Montgomery County Crop Family Group Rota-tion # What to plant Jan Feb Sep PLANT INSIDE The Arbor Gate 15635 FM 2920 Rd Tomball, TX 77377 (281) 351-8851 www.thearborgate.com Dates are always secondary to weather. The last frost date is at the start of April and first frost date is at the start of December. Coriander                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Borage                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Amaranth                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. AlabamaBirmingham, AlabamaBurleson, TexasByron, GeorgiaCarrollton, TexasChesapeake, Virginia Mizuna                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 8 (a & b) has a long growing season with generally hot summers and short mild to cold winters. By: Tracy Morris 21 September, 2017. ornamental kale image by Tamara Kulikova from Fotolia.com. Winged bean                                          @1.@2.@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Lettuce                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9S@10.@11.@12. Zone 8 has a moderately long growing season, enough to allow long season vegetables time to ripen. Capsicum                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Bell peppers                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Yam/Oka/Oca                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Rosemary                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. A last frost date of mid to late March and a first frost date of early November mean a frost-free growing season from early April to late October. Zone 8 Gardening Tips for Vegetables. Here in Zone 8, getting enough sun is not the problem. By using mulch, especially leaf mulch around cool/cold weather vegetables, such as lettuce, choi, spinach, etc., you can extend your growing season throughout much of the fall and winter. Protection from the sun is something we have to consider. Canteloupe                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Japanese Greens                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Location: South Carolina 8a. Quinoa                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Pumpkin                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Rockmelon                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Sweet Marjoram                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Growing vegetables in zone 8 is pretty easy if you get those seeds started at the right time. Burdock                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. I put my tender plants in raised beds located where they can be sheltered by shade in the late afternoon. It extends up the western coast. Las Cruces, New MexicoLewisville, TexasLindale, TexasLittle Rock, ArkansasLynden, Washington Planting Calendar. Cabbage loose-headed                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10O@11.@12. Oregano/Pot Marjoram                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Newport News, VirginiaNorfolk, VirginiaNorth Richland Hills, TexasOdessa, TexasOpelika, Alabama Zone 8, which is further broken down into 8a and 8b, includes those areas of the United States that have low temperatures from 10 to 20 degrees F. This represents quite a variable list and includes Las Vegas, Portland, Seattle, parts of Georgia, Texas Florida, California, and others. It's a handy dandy little tool along with this page on companion planting, a sure fire way to help you help your garden help itself! Tomato                                          @1J@2F@3M@4A@5M@6J@7J@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Angelica                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. I live right on the line between Zone 7 and 8. Zone 8 (a & b) has a long growing season with generally hot summers and short mild to cold winters. We WILL have frosty weather from December 10 – February 15. This planting calendar provides a monthly planting and harvesting plan for more than 200 garden vegetables in 10 different USDA hardiness growing zones. Are you at a loss for when to plant your vegetables? Luffa/Loofah                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6J@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Peas                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. pollinator Posts: 130. Japanese radish                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9S@10.@11.@12. Cardoon                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. The USDA plant hardiness zone map is the standard by which gardeners can determine which plants are most likely to thrive in a specific location. If you are like me and like to push the boundaries of when vegetables can to be planted, it is helpful to know the frost dates for zone 8b. Potato                                          @1J@2F@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Aug 7, 2016 - Zone 8 has a long growing season with hot summers. Most vegetable varieties will have no problem maturing before your first frost date. Beans dwarf/bush                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Most vegetable and herbs varieties will grow well. It's a handy dandy little tool along with this page on companion planting, a sure fire way to help you help your garden help itself! Honeydew                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Zone 8 included a large part of southern United States. Below is a list of trees that will grow in zone 8b (USDA Hardiness 15 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit, Austin, TX to Gainesville, FL). Eschalots                                          @1.@2.@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11N@12. Zucchini                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11. Spring Frost Date – March 8. Florence Fennel                                          @1.@2F@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. ISO perennial vegetables for Zone 8a . Kale                                          @1J@2F@3M@4.@5.@6.@7.@8A@9.@10.@11.@12. Ginger                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. This Grow Guide can tell you when to start seeds and when to move things out into the garden for your zone too! Cowpeas                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. “Gardening is the art that uses flowers and plants as paint, and the soil and sky as canvas.” Watermelon                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Chilli peppers                                          @1J@2F@3.@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Taro                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Dasheen                                          @1.@2.@3.@4.@5.@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. Abilene, TexasAlexander City, AlabamaAllen, TexasAlvarado, TexasArgyle, Texas Black eye peas                                          @1.@2.@3M@4A@5M@6.@7.@8.@9.@10.@11.@12. State-by-state maps, along with an electronic system that allows finding the zone for a particular zip code, can be found at the USDA Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) website.. Vegetable Planting Guide for Zones 8B and 9A (Harris County, Houston, Texas) Through The Arbor Gate’s educational partnership with Angela Chandler of The Garden Academy, we’re pleased to offer a vegetable planting ... Read More > Seeds early enough to contemplate successive plantings in 10 different USDA hardiness zones ( USDA )! One of the familiar garden vegetables in 10 different USDA hardiness growing zones 6. @ @! March 28 – November 1 and lots of those are fruit trees map works is like this based. You are growing plants in zone 8 is one of the warmest plant hardiness zones ( scale. 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