New Britain is in USDA Hardiness Zone 5 (B). That means we have a certain window for our growing season. The following site has a planting calendar that can be used as a rough reference: http://www.veggieharvest.com/Vegetable-Planting-Calendar/Zone-5-Vegetable-Planting-Calendar/
The Central Seed Exchange (CSE)The purpose of this blog/group is to:encourage members of the CCSU community to garden, encourage new gardens to experience the satisfaction of growing your own food, encourage the exchange of seeds and plants in order to eliminate waste and help each other, encourage the recycling of store bought plant pots, and encourage folks to think about sustainability and organic gardening by thinking local and growing local!
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