Planting in ZONE 5 (Northern Illinois)

Planting in ZONE 5 (Northern Illinois)

More About Planting in ZONE 5 (Northern Illinois)

The average date of the last frost in zone 5 is around April 15. Most zone 5 gardeners tend to hold off until early to mid-may before planting vegetable gardens and annual beds. Most annuals and vegetables do very well in zone 5, as long as they are not hit by a late frost while they are young. Many tough zone 5 or above perennials can withstand a late frost, or will still be dormant in early spring.

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