What can I plant in April? [Infographic]

Gardening April Infographic | ecogreenlove

April is finally here and your garden soil is finally warming up! April is the best time to plant most of your vegetable seeds after your last frost. It’s still not too late to plant tomatoes and peppers from seeds as well. Check out this infographic to know which vegetables and herbs can be started in April.

Note: Coriander and Cilantro is the same herb, on the visual we had wrongly placed them separately and that may confuse people (like one of our readers pointed out). Please be aware is the same plant, the names changes depending on where you are:
The Latin name for the herb is Coriandrum sativum. This is where the word “coriander” is derived from. The word “cilantro” is the Spanish translation of this word (coriander).

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6 thoughts on “What can I plant in April? [Infographic]

    1. I know, there is still snow in many places! I hope soon the real spring feeling get to you 🙂

    1. Hello Sarah!
      You are totally right, that was a mistake from our side and it can confuse people. We are aware is the same plant but many know them with both different names, we’ll place a note clarifying that

      Thank you for your observation! 💚

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