I'm still a bit fuzzy about when to plant okra and beans. My cold weather
stuff is growing gonzo bonkers. My corn is exploding. My squash is growing
My okra sprouted, sat there, put out secondary leaves, turned yellow and I
think I'm going to yank all of them. My beans only half sprouted, most of
them sat there did nothing but slowly wither.
It's now June. Is this normal? Did I just plant them too early? The weather
here alternates between sunny and moderate (70s), to 50-60 degrees and rain.
It's a normal spring in the Pacific Northwest (I'm in Lebanon, near Salem
and Eugene, Oregon). The ground barely dries out and it's raining again.
My real question is - when should I plant beans and okra? Is it too late to
plant them in June, or is this normal?
Also - my neighbor gave me a flat of cabbage and brocolli plants about 1-2
inches high. Is it too late in the season to be putting these out?