With vegetables, timing is everything. Broccoli, carrots, lettuce, peas, and spinach like cool weather. So, you can plant them in early spring before the last expected frost. Many cool weather vegetables can be planted again in late summer for a fall or winter harvest. After the last frost date, when the soil has warmed, plant your warm-weather vegetables, like corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers. Herbein’s Garden Center has a huge selection of vegetables and herbs in both organic and non-organic with over 40 types of tomato plants alone! Be sure to plant your vegetables or herbs as deep as the pots they are in with loosened soil around their root systems.