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Vegetable Gardening : what to plant in June

Written by Sarah Talbot

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Posted on 1 February 2022

What to Plant in June in your Vegetable Garden

Don't worry if you haven't started your vegetable garden yet.  There is nothing like a spot of summer gardening. June is the prefect time to start or add a few extra plants to your growing schedule.  Some people may made Spring plantings of these crops and already be harvesting but you can still plant for a late crop. 

Far from being too late, the advantage is that you should be clear of the last frost date.  You won't have to clutter every windowsill with seed trays| 

So, grab your gardening gloves and lets go. Click on the Vegetable name to link through to full growing instructions.

home-grown-Pumpkin-in-field-with-autumn-leaf

Indoor sowing

 

Pumpkins need to be sown now if they are to be ready for Halloween.   

 

Outdoor Sowing

Beans & Peas  - a good time to start beans such as climbing beans, dwarf beans, runner beans and peas.

Vigoroot Vegetable planter with veg

Brassicas - CabbageCauliflower, Pak Choi, Radishes

Classic summer veg - Carrots, Cucumbers, Spring Onions, Beetroot  

Lovely leaves  - Lettuce, Rocket, Spinach and Chard

 Plant direct into the ground or into your Rootrainers and you are up and running.  And if you choose to plant Rocket you can even be eating in 3 to 4 weeks time  We hope that this provides some inspiration on what to plant in June.  Happy Gardening!

 

 

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