Vegetable and fresh herbs planting calendar

If you dream of a beautiful vegetable garden, it is important to respect certain key moments. Our three calendars will give you the perfect time to plant seedlings indoors and outdoors, whether for vegetables or herbs. Time to prepare your planting pots!

Indoor sowing
Nothing is easier than indoor sowing. It gives vegetables that need more growing time a chance. Place your sowing in a warm, bright place in your house (often in the kitchen) and remember to water them regularly. So, when do you need to plant your indoor seedlings? Follow the guide!
Indoor sowing
Depth
Transplantation
Spacing in garden
Eggplant
Late March
3 mm
Mid-May
50 cm
Broccoli
Early April
6 mm
Early June
60 cm
Celery
Early March
3 mm
Late May
25 cm
Celeriac
Mid-March
5 mm
Mid to Late May
30 cm
Brussels sprout
Mid-April
6 mm
Mid to Late May
50 cm
Cauliflower
Mid-April
6 mm
Late May
60 cm
Cabbage
Mid-April
5 mm
May
50 cm
Kohlrabi (German turnip)
Early April
1 cm
Mid-June
60 cm
Pumpkin
Early May
2.5 cm
Early June
2 m
Lettuce
Mid-April
6 mm
Late May
25 cm
Pepper
Late March
3 mm
Early June
20 cm
Leek
Early March
1 cm
Early May
15 cm
Tomato
Late March
6 mm
Early June
50 cm
Indoor sowing
Depth
Transplantation
Spacing in garden
Eggplant
Late March
3 mm
Mid-May
50 cm
Broccoli
Early April
6 mm
Early June
60 cm
Celery
Early March
3 mm
Late May
25 cm
Celeriac
Mid-March
5 mm
Mid to Late May
30 cm
Brussels sprout
Mid-April
6 mm
Mid to Late May
50 cm
Cauliflower
Mid-April
6 mm
Late May
60 cm
Cabbage
Mid-April
5 mm
May
50 cm
Kohlrabi (German turnip)
Early April
1 cm
Mid-June
60 cm
Pumpkin
Early May
2.5 cm
Early June
2 m
Lettuce
Mid-April
6 mm
Late May
25 cm
Pepper
Late March
3 mm
Early June
20 cm
Leek
Early March
1 cm
Early May
15 cm
Tomato
Late March
6 mm
Early June
50 cm

Note that dates may vary from one region to another.

Be careful not to sow too early and respect the planting dates.
Starting planting too early could harm your harvest.
Outdoor sowing
Certain vegetables that are resistant to cold, such as root vegetables (beets, carrots, etc.), can be planted directly outside.
Outdoor sowing
Depth
Spacing in garden
Garlic
Mid-October
3 cm
15 cm between bulbs and 25 cm between rows
Beet
Mid-May
2,5 cm
10 cm between bulbs and 25 cm between rows
Carrot
Mid-May
1 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 15 cm between rows
Lettuce
Early May
1 cm
9 cm between bulbs and 45 cm between rows
Cucumber
Late May
2,5 cm
1 m between bulbs and 1 m between rows
Shallot
Early May
2 cm
15 cm between bulbs and 20 cm between rows
Spinach
Mid-May
3 cm
10 cm between bulbs and 25 cm between rows
Corn
Mid-May
5 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 70 cm between rows
Onion
Early June
Three times the height of the bulb
10 cm between bulbs and 20 cm between rows
Parsnip
Mid-May
1 cm
15 cm between bulbs and 30 cm between rows
Peas
Mid-May
2 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 30 cm between rows
Potato
Early May
15 cm
30 cm between bulbs and 50 cm between rows
Radish
Early May
2 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 20 cm between rows
Outdoor sowing
Depth
Spacing in garden
Garlic
Mid-October
3 cm
15 cm between bulbs and 25 cm between rows
Beet
Mid-May
2,5 cm
10 cm between bulbs and 25 cm between rows
Carrot
Mid-May
1 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 15 cm between rows
Lettuce
Early May
1 cm
9 cm between bulbs and 45 cm between rows
Cucumber
Late May
2,5 cm
1 m between bulbs and 1 m between rows
Shallot
Early May
2 cm
15 cm between bulbs and 20 cm between rows
Spinach
Mid-May
3 cm
10 cm between bulbs and 25 cm between rows
Corn
Mid-May
5 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 70 cm between rows
Onion
Early June
Three times the height of the bulb
10 cm between bulbs and 20 cm between rows
Parsnip
Mid-May
1 cm
15 cm between bulbs and 30 cm between rows
Peas
Mid-May
2 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 30 cm between rows
Potato
Early May
15 cm
30 cm between bulbs and 50 cm between rows
Radish
Early May
2 cm
3 cm between bulbs and 20 cm between rows
Fresh herb sowing
Herbs add flavor to your dishes. And planted outside, they also keep mosquitoes away. So while you’re at it, why not keep a small spot in your vegetables garden for them?
Indoor sowing
Outdoor sowing
Transplantation
Dill
Mid-May
Basil
Mid-April
Early June
Chives (perennial)
March
Early June
Coriander
Early May
Marjoram
Mid-March
Early June
Mint (perennial)
Early May (potted)
Oregano (perennial)
Mid-March
Early June
Parsley
Early March
Early May
Sage (perennial)
Early April
Early June
Thyme (perennial)
Mid-March
Early June
Indoor sowing
Outdoor sowing
Transplantation
Dill
Mid-May
Basil
Mid-April
Early June
Chives (perennial)
March
Early June
Coriander
Early May
Marjoram
Mid-March
Early June
Mint (perennial)
Early May (potted)
Oregano (perennial)
Mid-March
Early June
Parsley
Early March
Early May
Sage (perennial)
Early April
Early June
Thyme (perennial)
Mid-March
Early June

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