Seven vegetables you can grow in February has to start with lettuce.

If you are in the Southwest you can start them outside such as spinach, peas, greens, onions, potatoes, lettuce, Swiss chard, beets, carrots, and radishes.

For the rest of us we have to start them indoors.

Growing Lettuce in February

Lettuce seeds can germinate in temperatures less than 50 degrees F. Which makes this a great vegetable for February. It doesn’t mind the colder weather.

Lettuce is a cool-weather crop that thrives in the temperature range 60-65 degrees F, and if thoroughly hardened, most varieties survive temperatures as low as 20 degrees F.

Cold-adapted varieties survive much lower temperatures. Seed germination needs to be 50 F or above and then the seedlings can be slowly hardened off to adapt to the cooler temperatures outdoors.

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