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Old February 24, 2016   #2
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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Plantation, Florida zone 10
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That UF Ifas list is really quite on target. We have to plant when it is cooler here. About the only things you can get to produce in our summer heat and humidity are okra and chard. Its really too late to set out tomatoes. I garden in 10b so my timing on things is different than yours, so I am not that good of an advisor, but really the timing on the Ifas list looks just right.
I trust UF Ifas Edis.

Why not talk to the owner of a smaller local garden shop. Home depot and Lowes will be worthless for that.

Pepper plants can be planted up until end of March, they tolerate heat, but most of the others, I would go with beginning of the month.
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