Here's a breakdown:
If it's still cold, plant cole crops.
If it's not going to frost again and you are cheap, direct seed your entire summer crop now. If you want to get a jump, buy bedding plants. Here is one of the most boring videos ever (mine) about how to plant tomato plants. And here is Bonnie Plant's video about it. (Hi Bonnie!)
|See how easily they could be stepped on?|
sometimes things grow faster when they are grown in pots and then transplanted. You also get the added benefit of being able to see your plants, so you don't step on them the way you might if they are seedlings in the garden. Here are the directions.
Of coarse, you can do both of these things if you are a go-getter and you live in my zone (7B) where it seems like it is never going to warm up.
Here is your link to Georgia Organics planting calendar (again.)
Now GO FORTH! And get your garden on. You know you want to.