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Planting in September - Gardenate

Broad Beans (also Fava bean) Sow seed
Cabbage Sow seed
Garlic Plant cloves. Garlic can overwinter. Cover with a good layer of mulch . In areas where frost persists into March/ April, expect to harvest your garlic in June/July.
Shallots (also Eschalots) Sow seed
Spinach (also English spinach) Sow seed
Turnip Sow seed

Planning for October

Garlic Plant cloves. Garlic can overwinter. Cover with a good layer of mulch . In areas where frost persists into March/ April, expect to harvest your garlic in June/July.

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Recent Comments

  • 11 Oct - Anon
    Good draining soil is required - water only 2-3 times a week and give good fertilising. Plant and harvest the right time.
    in Ginger
  • 11 Oct - Sassy
    Turmeric and Ginger rhizomes don't like wet feet. They need nutrient rich but well draining soil. You might consider adding some sand to the soil to encourage drainage.
    in Ginger
  • 11 Oct - Sassy
    Jim, you just missed the spring planting season, ending in September. You can sow seed starts, in doors, under grow lights, in February to transplant in April or direct sow in May. The spring pl...
    in Onion
  • 11 Oct - MaryP
    I bought mine from Territorial Seeds. They send rooted cuttings in pots.
    in French tarragon
  • 11 Oct - RODOLFO PORTUGAL
    Is it possible to grow winged beans here in Windsor, Ontario? If it is possible, where can I get the seeds?
    in Asparagus Pea
  • 11 Oct - Anon
    Go to Temperate Zone and Horseradish and read all the notes there about it.
    in Horseradish
  • 11 Oct - Anon
    A couple of points. Plant tall plants in the southern end of your garden (then they don't shade other plants). The sun crosses approx over head E to W in the summer and in the north in winter NE ...
    in Brussels sprouts

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