34%Off!
$3.00 $2.00

Peaches and Cream corn is one of the sweetest and most tender corns ever developed that matures early for a quality bicolor and sweet flavor.

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Buttercrunch
Lettuce Seeds
$2.25 $1.75

Buttercrunch is a popular bibb type loose head lettuce that has sweet, high yielding thick green leaves and a small, tight head.

30%Off!
Scarlet Nantes
Carrot Seeds
$2.50 $1.75

The sweet and tender Scarlet Nantes carrot is popular as a sweet baby, slicer, or fresh market variety that is enjoyed cooked or fresh.

30%Off!
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California Wonder
Pepper Seeds
$2.50 $1.75

The California Wonder Pepper is a popular standard bell pepper that is widely adapted contains high amounts of vitamin A and C.

30%Off!
Detroit Dark Red
Beet Seeds
$2.50 $1.75

The Detroit Dark Red is the standard all-purpose heirloom beet and is by far the most popular beet for home gardens for its sweet taste.

Burpless Bush Slicer
Cucumber Seeds
$3.00

The compact Burpless Bush Slicer cucumber plant yields beautiful cucumbers that are perfect for slicing and fresh eating!

Early Jalapeno
Pepper Seeds
$2.00

The Early Jalapeno Pepper has a dark green, thick skin that forms to the shape of a cone and can be enjoyed fresh or pickled on salads, dips or tacos!

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Contender
Bean Seeds
$2.50 $1.75

The Contender bean is a stringless bush bean that produces a huge yield of tender beans that have excellent flavor and very reliable.

New Mexico: Vegetable Planting Calendar

New Mexico Zone Hardiness Map

 
Planting vegetable seeds or transplants at the correct time is important for getting the most out of your garden. Knowing your first and last frost dates will help you start your vegetable seeds at the right time.
 
New Mexico is in 4-9 USDA plant hardiness zones.
 
 Learning Download: Growing in New Mexico
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
New Mexico Last & First Frost Dates
City Last Frost Date First Frost Date
Albuquerque 4/16 10/28
Farmington 5/21 9/30
Las Cruces 4/21 10/26
Rio Rancho 6/26 9/4
Roswell 4/22 10/18
Santa Fe 5/11 10/8

*Based on statistics there is a 10% chance that frost will occur before or after these dates. Watch your local weather for more accurate dates.

New Mexico on average has approximately 150 days between the last and first frost. Use the planting schedules below for planning when to plant tomatoes, peppers and more.

 
 
 
Zone 4 Planting Schedule
Zone 4 New Mexico Planting Schedule
Zone 5 Planting Schedule
Zone 5 New Mexico Planting Schedule
Zone 6 Planting Schedule
Zone 6 New Mexico Garden Schedule
Zone 7 Planting Schedule
Zone 7 New Mexico Garden Schedule
Zone 8 Planting Schedule
Zone 8 New Mexico Garden Schedule
Zone 9 Planting Schedule
Zone 9 New Mexico Garden Schedule