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You can still be sowing vegetable seeds in June. Beetroot Continue sowing beetroot seeds in June – some at the beginning of the month and a few at the end of June, so that in September and October you’ll have some to harvest that haven’t grown to big. They can be stored for the winter or start pickling. Broccoli Sow late sprouting broccoli seeds either where you want to grow them or in a seed tray for transplanting later. Depending on the variety, you should be able to harvest them in the autumn. Carrots This is the last chance to sow ready for harvesting in September or October. Courgettes, summer squash, and marrows Sow two seeds together and, once they’ve germinated, remove the weaker of the two. Leave plenty of space between plants as they spread widely and need a lot of room. Peas The beginning of June is probably your last chance to sow peas, mangetout, and snap peas. Towards the end of the month switch to a fast-maturing early variety. These should be ready for harvesting in about September. Cucumbers Outdoor cucumbers are usually started off earlier in the year in pots or under cover, but if you sow some seeds outside this month they should hopefully give you a crop in August or September. Lettuces and Salad Leaves Sow in situ and thin out if the seedlings are too crowded. High temperatures may hinder germination so sow in the evening.
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Well my little experiment of planting an early variety of Swift potatoes in a VegTrug Barrel planter. Exactly 8 weeks from planting to harvest. Suttons
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RT @GYOmagFruit trees and bushes growing in containers could become drought stressed, so make sure that they are watered sufficiently! #g