The seed catalogs are in and it's time to start planning your garden again.
Here's some fabulous resources to help you plan for your best garden yet.
The Old Farmer's Almanac lets you plug in your city and find out when you should start seeds indoors or out, and even when the "moon favorable" dates are for each produce type.
The University of Minnesota Extension Office also has a chart of spring planting dates and more for vegetable gardens specific to Minnesota. See your state's extension office if you're outside of Minnesota.
Sproutbot lets you plug in your zip code and generate a weekly garden planner. You can upgrade for a fee for additional features, but the basic service is free.
Last, but certainly not least, Skippy's Vegetable Garden has this fabulous interactive page where you plug in your last frost date and it generates exact dates for when to do what.
Want to know your average last frost date? Victory Seeds has this handy page where you can look it up by state and city.