1) Fresh summer greens
It's great to plant some root vegetables at this time. Enjoy the rich harvest of carrots, beetroots, radishes, and a lot of hearty green beans and cucumber as all of these yield in the abundance of heat.
2) Your gardening zone plants
According to the U.S.Department of Agriculture, the Plant Hardiness Zone Map has been divided into several gardening zones concerning the regional climate. Find out your zone and look for the herbs and veggies available.
Want to add exciting flavors to your home-cooked meals? What's better than putting herbs into it? Plant basil, cilantro, dill, oregano, parsley, sage, thyme, and lavender these days, and you'll enjoy them throughout.
You can never resist planting some of the colorful and fragranced plants. These days are best to grow some marigolds, zinnias, bells of Ireland, morning glories, four o'clocks', cosmos and nigella, and more.