Is it OK to plant a veggie garden now?

Is it OK to plant a veggie garden now? The answer is Yes, as long as you stick to the winter crops. Some of the best ones for now are broccoli, cabbage, carrots, and many others.

The Master Gardeners are available in the Plant Clinic to answer questions about Vegetable Gardening! We have copies of the UF Florida Vegetable Gardening Calendar, publications and books. This is a vital resource for anyone wanting to grow any veggies!

If you have always wanted to learn more about your own gardening problems, the Plant Clinic is the perfect place to visit. Master Gardeners are ready to help you with research base information. In addition to the UF publications, there is a whole library of books just sitting there waiting to be used.

We have two plant clinics, one in Osceola Heritage Park and one in Poinciana. The Plant Clinic in Osceola Heritage Park is open Tuesday to Friday from 9 am to 3pm and is located at 1921 Kissimmee Valley Lane, Kissimmee FL 34744, you can call to speak with a Master Gardeners Volunteer 321-697-3000 or email them at And if you are in the Poinciana area, we have another Plant Clinic at the Mary Jane Aquatic Center located 625 Country Club Drive, Poinciana, Florida 34759. Mater Gardeners Volunteers are available only on Thursdays from 10am to 1pm.

Sandy Switek, Master Gardener & Eva Pabon, Master Gardener Coordinator


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Posted: October 14, 2019

Category: Community Volunteers, Events, Fruits & Vegetables, HOME LANDSCAPES,

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