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What veg should I plant in January?
In the greenhouse, vegetables to sow in January include aubergines and summer maturing cabbages, cauliflower, plus early crops of lettuces, spinach, salad onions and turnips. You can also get sowing on onion seeds, which you can sow in a heated propagator.
What veg can I sow in February?
Vegetables to plant in February: 10 crops to sow and grow
Can bulbs be planted in January?
After the first frost or snow storm, you might assume that your bulb-planting days are over. But as long as the ground is workable, you can plant bulbs! This means that you can plant bulbs as late as January – if you can dig a hole deep enough to plant. Plant tulips and daffodils as late as the end of January!
When should I start growing strawberries?
Strawberries are best planted in the spring, as early as several weeks before the last frost date. By selecting a range of strawberry varieties you can spread your harvest from late spring through to early fall.
What can I plant in January and February?
Try things like pea shoots, basil, kale, coriander, amaranthus, cress, mustards and many others. Onions – many wait until February – I usually sow mine in early Feb – but can be sown now if you need to. I prefer growing onions from seed over starting them from sets and it's very easy.
What vegetables can I plant in January and February?
Vegetables to be sown in February