Grow your winter garden in the Sunshine State from February (Last Frost depending on location in Florida) through May.
The spring growing season is the time of year to finish the last bit of the Winter harvest (mainly leafy herbs and veggies) & begin the process of planting fruiting plants. The Spring season begins with the occurrence of the LAST FROST. This can be as late as April 15th in North Florida or as early as January in South Florida. Central Florida tends have their last frost around early to mid March. Mother Nature can be unpredictable though, so each year is always unique.
Spring is the Opportunity to grow the largest diversity of edible plants in the Florida Garden. Everything from leafy veggies, to mainly fruiting plants will populate the garden.
How long does Florida’s Spring Growing Season last?
The Spring growing Season is sandwiched between the coldest temperatures of the Florida Winter (which may or may not be freezing temperatures) and the ever-increasing Summer Heat.
On Average: the Spring Growing runs February (Last Frost depending on location in Florida) through May.
More Specifically: North Florida is normally the end of March through June. Central Florida March through May. South Florida December or January through April or May.
GROW THE FOLLOWING HERBS AND
VEGGIES THROUGHOUT THE FLORIDA SPRING