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It all depends on what you are growing. Brussels sprouts are the earliest to plant, followed by kale, cauliflower, broccoli, lettuce, and many of the "fast" Asian greens may be planted very late (I often plant them after pulling summer crops), as they are cold resistant, and grow to harvest size often in a month. Not sure about your area, but a lady I know gardening in Columbia MO is in zone 6, while I'm in 6B, so it's very slightly cooler in spring, and usually frosts a little before here, yet she gets much hotter in the summer!