Growing your own produce is a rewarding experience, but it takes a lot of knowledge. You’ll need to know what you want to plant, where to plant it and when to harvest. Most produce is planted in the Spring, but the harvest times can vary depending on when the crops are at their best.
Given that knowing all the above off by heart would take a lot, here at Love the Garden, we’ve got you covered, with your very own what to plant when calendar. Right click on the image, print it and pop it somewhere handy, so that the next time you’re not sure when to plant your tomatoes, you can refer to it.
When you grow vegetables, you’ll need to ensure that they are in the right environment to thrive. However, this goes beyond the type of soil – you’ll also need to consider their neighbours and watch out for pests.
For instance, did you know that you should never grow peas next to onions? Or that pigeons are the nemesis of a spinach plant? Well, with our downloadable calendar, now you do!
Check out the calendar below:
Note: this calendar is a guide and does not consider regional weather variations. For more expert advice on creating the garden of your dreams, visit our advice and inspiration hub.