As Texas leaves behind the cold months of winter and heads into the warmer temperatures of spring, you may want to begin planning your vegetable garden. Whether you’re brand new to growing or you’ve been doing it for years, here’s a guide for what vegetables to grow this spring and when to plant them.
A map from Texas A&M’s Aggie Horticulture breaks down the Lone Star State into a series of gardening regions. The different regions correspond to the average extreme temperatures, which may make some regions more suitable for certain plants than others. Within the map, Beaumont is on the cusp of regions two and three and we’ve focused on crops related to region three in this guide.