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  • #9022

    HaroldMe
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    Successional sowing – apart from lettuce (yuk!) do any of you practice successional sowing for vegetables? Any top tips for successional sowing?

    Thank you
    Harold

    #9030

    Verity94
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    Hi Harold,

    I plant carrots using this method every fortnight is good for most quick growing plants if you want to practice successional sowing.

    Verity

    #9032

    Verity94
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    Hi Harold,

    Me again! You could do successional growing with most of the vegetables that Boris has mentioned in one of his weekly posts for this week.

    Verity

    #9039

    JoshGus
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    Yes, agree with Verity – fortnightly. I love pesto, a fortnightly plant of basil keeps me in pasta dinners!

    Josh

    #9048

    KeenGardener
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    If you are short on space a good tip for successional sowing is to start the plants in trays then transplant when you are ready for them.

    #9050

    Anonymous

    Hi Harold,

    Going with Keen’s suggestion – while not in the garden, you can practice sucessional sowing all year round indoors with the smaller salad and herb crops.

    Lindsey

    #9098

    Abi Jackson
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    Have you seen how much supermarkets charge for Pak Choi?? It’s so easy to grow and you can easily grow far more than you can eat!!

    Abi

    #9100

    PaulaG
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    Hey Harold,

    Another post for you:

    Paula

    #9193

    HaroldMe
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    Some great tips here thanks, everyone. Doesn’t Boris write great articles, hey?!

    Harold

    #15960

    Greenfingers
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    Has anyone used this garden planting planner tool?

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