Out With The Old In With The New
In South Carolina, we are blessed with very long growing seasons. Since July, August, September, and even October are usually still hot and our first frost rarely comes until January, we can plant our second crop of summer vegetables. This is great because by now, some of your spring crops have played out. Your squash plants may look a little worn, your tomatoes may be struggling, and you have probably picked all your butter beans by now. Well, it's out with the old and in with the new.
July is a great time to replant your squash, zucchini, cucumbers, tomatoes, corn, beans, as well as many other summer crops. If you want to have pumpkins and Indian Corn ready to h