GEMINI: May 14-20
If you fling handfuls of zucchini seeds on the ground in a vacant lot today, you shouldn’t expect neat rows of ripe cucumbers to grow in your backyard in a couple of weeks. Even if you fling zucchini seeds in your backyard today, don’t expect straight rows of cucumbers growing there by June 1. If you carefully plant zucchini seeds in neat rows in your backyard now, don’t expect ripe cucumbers to sprout by August. The kicker: If you carefully plant cucumbers seeds in your backyard now, weed and water them as they grow, you can expect ripe cucumbers by August.