Although spring just sprung, it’s not too early to start thinking about your summer harvest!
Everyone knows that homegrown vegetables and herbs are healthier, and more wallet-friendly, than their supermarket counterparts. However, most Coloradans do not start planting their garden until late May after the last frost of the season.
Unfortunately, those who wait to start their annual garden until May are missing out on months of homegrown goodness: cool-season vegetables can be planted up to six-weeks before the last frost of the season!
For those of you want to get a jumpstart on this year’s bounty, here are several vegetables that you can start planting right away.