<![CDATA[Burpee Community - ]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/417/cool-season-container-crops en-US Burpee //d1l316k04n1hna.cloudfront.net/static/images/burpee-favicon.png 16 16 Burpee http://www.burpee.com/community/ <![CDATA[Re: Cool Season Container Crops]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/417/cool-season-container-crops?commentid=1365 that is cool

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http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/417/cool-season-container-crops?commentid=1365 February 24, 2012
February 24, 2012 February 24, 2012 <![CDATA[Re: Cool Season Container Crops]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/417/cool-season-container-crops?commentid=1364 agreed, it is

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http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/417/cool-season-container-crops?commentid=1364 February 24, 2012
<![CDATA[Re: Cool Season Container Crops]]> http://www.burpee.com/community/discussion/417/cool-season-container-crops?commentid=1363 I can't address the Philadelphia area, I'm in the Northwest, but to know when to plant certain plants contact a nursery or the Extension Service to find your last frost date (mine is 4/15) and first frost (10/31). Check your seed packet and it will tell you when to plant i.e. 2 weeks before your last frost or 4 weeks after your last frost. You just take your frost date and add or subtract. Your local Extension Service will have planting charts for your area online. 

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