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WHAT TO DO THIS MONTH
Welcome to your monthly guide to gardening! It's always time to be cutting, planting scraping, digging, feeding, growing, pruning or planning something and this guide aims to help you organise your time to get the best results.
There is so much to do in the June garden that there really isn’t time to write it all down! But I'll give it a go:
I am going to be sowing carrots over the next few days. I know I could have them already in the ground, but since they need 12 -14 weeks to mature, there is plenty of timeVIEW FULL STORY
Like the carrot, it’s time to start on turnips for late summer. I sow these every couple of weeks, and in most years I start in March. A favourite vegetable forVIEW FULL STORY
Back in April I set some sweetcorn plants off, and it is now time to transplant them. A beautiful addition to the garden, sweetcorn is a type of grass that is pollinated byVIEW FULL STORY
I delayed sowing pumpkins for two reasons. One was the cold. The other was the fact that there was no room in the greenhouse for them! So now I am starting them off in theVIEW FULL STORY
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