It’s Time for Spring Garden Planting!

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Spring Vegetable Garden Planting is Here!

March to May is the perfect time to plant a spring vegetable garden for growing delicious, nutritious food for your family. We have high-quality, Bonnie plants in-stock NOW including lettuces, strawberries and cabbages. These hardy vegetables thrive in cooler weather, and will tolerate light frost as long as it’s not a hard freeze. (Be sure to cover them if temperatures drop into the 20’s at night.)
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Here is a list of cool season vegetable and herb plants currently available at Cherokee Feed & Seed:

  • Cilantro
  • Italian Parsley
  • Curled Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Rhubarb (Victoria Heirloom)
  • Baby Broccoli (Artwork Hybrid)
  • Strawberries (Allstar)
  • Lacinato Kale (Heirloom)
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Cauliflower
  • Buttercrunch Lettuce (Bibb Lettuce)
  • Head Lettuce (Iceburg Type)
  • Romain Lettuce (Heirloom Leaf Lettuce)
  • Bonnie Spinach
  • Rutabaga (Heirloom)
  • Bonnie Hybrid (Bonnie’s Best Cabbage)
  • Chinese Cabbage (Napa Type)
  • Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
  • Morris Heading (Cabbage Collards)
  • Flat Dutch Cabbage
  • Red Cabbage (Ruby Perfection)

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Bulk Garden Seeds - Available at Cherokee Feed & Seed

If you prefer to grow vegetable plants from seeds, we have a wide selection of high-quality seeds to help you eat fresh food out of your garden just about all year long here in Georgia. Growing vegetables from seed is the least expensive way to have a garden and also offers the greatest variety. You can purchase seeds by the packet, ¼ scoop, full scoop or the pound.

Vegetable seeds available at Cherokee Feed & Seed include:

  • Corn (7 popular varieties)
  • Squash
  • Cucumber
  • Potatoes
  • Peas
  • Beans
  • Okra
  • Watermelon
  • Radish
  • Cabbage
  • Cantaloupe
  • Beets

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Onion sets for Spring plantin at Cherokee Feed & SeedOnions Sets are available for purchase in bulk. Onion varieties include:

  • Yellow Onions – Matures in 4 to 5 weeks
  • White Onions – Matures in 4 to 5 weeks
  • Super Sweet Onions – Matures in 4 to 5 weeks
  • Red Onions – Matures in 4 to 5 weeks

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Seed Potatoes for Spring planting available at Cherokee Feed & Seed storesSeed potatoes should be planted from March to May, leaving 12” in between plants in a row. Allow 2 ½’ to 3’ between rows. The plants have reached optimum maturity for harvesting when the tops begin to die back.


Seed potato varieties available at Cherokee Feed & Seed include:

  • Kennebec – Matures 80 days
    Produces a high yield of large oblong tubers with thin smooth tan skin and white flesh. Excellent for baking boiling, chipping and frying.
  • Yukon Gold – Matures 65 days
    Yellow flesh. Tubers oval, shallow pink eyes, yellowish-buff skin and light yellow flesh. Resistant to potato virus A and potato leafroll virus.
  • Pontiac Red – Matures 80 days
    High-yielding. Tubers round to oblong, medium deep eyes, dark red skin drought tolerant.
  • Fingerlings – Matures 80-90 days
    Elongated and slightly knobby tubers making them appear like fingers. Very flavorful. Can be prepared roasted, broiled, baked, grilled or broiled.

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Vegetable Planting Chart in Georgia

We have a very handy vegetable planting chart you can download and print for free that was created by The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension. The chart provides planting dates for both spring and fall so you can enjoy fresh vegetables in our “second growing season.”

Click to download the UGA Cooperative Extension Vegetable Planting Chart.

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Up Next: Warm Season Vegetables at Cherokee Feed & Seed

As we move into early summer, plant selections change as the weather gets warmer. Warm weather seasonal favorites, such as tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers, will be available. If you want to be among the first to know when warm weather vegetable plants arrive, please sign-up on our VIP mailing list.
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