Garden Centre



18th January

Plan for Veg

Having a year plan can improve your vegetable yield, as well as making the process of vegetable growing much more fun. Even if you're only using two or three pots on a balcony, work out which vegetables you want to grow, and check the timing of their growing pattern. Then, write down the plan so you can profit from your organisation. We have a couple of useful workshops on planning a veg garden and being organic which might help you get started.

 
 
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New Year's Resolutions
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Mulch Fruit Bushes
4th
Write New Labels
5th
Order Summer Flowering Bulbs
6th
Choose a Structure
7th
Feed the Birds
8th
Bare Rooted Trees
9th
Indoor Cyclamen
10th
Sow Early Veg Seed
11th
Light for your Greenhouse
12th
Do Some Digging
13th
Spray Peach Trees
14th
Winter Prune Grape Vines
15th
Cloche for Seeds
16th
Winter Resolutions
17th
Indoor Winter Care
18th
Plan for Veg
19th
Early Carrots
20th
Winter Prune Wisteria
21st
Protect Trellis
22nd
Leaves off Bulbs
23rd
Shallots
24th
Path Work
25th
Bird Tables
26th
Sow Hardy Geranium Seed
27th
Winter Flowering Shrubs
28th
Plant Tidying
29th
Chrysanthemum Cuttings
30th
Dead Foliage in Greenhouses
31st
Mulch Lily Bulbs