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Hi all! I'm in southern NH, just on the zone 5-6 border. I just bought a house in the fall and I'm ready to take advantage of my big back yard to grow some vegetables. I'd also like to start some annuals for containers and window boxes.

I've got all the setup for planting seeds indoors, I think, after doing lots of reading. And with a frost date of mid-late May, I think now is about the time to start things.

BUT (you knew that was coming, right?), I'm so confused as to when to start different seeds. Can I just do them all at the same time or should some veggies be started early and others a couple weeks later? I'm sure there's places to read it, and I probably even have read this info already, but how do you keep track of it all?

Anyway, advice and tips would be most welcome. I can't wait to see some little green sprouts popping up. :)

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