looking for veggie diary 2007 times to sow plant etc

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gunners71uk
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looking for veggie diary 2007 times to sow plant etc

Post: # 44016Post gunners71uk »

any diarys out there for the allotment or veggie grower so it tells you through the year when to sow plant but you can put your engagements in to pls let me know and provide links i cant find any thing
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Post: # 44059Post shiney »

How about this gunners?

http://www.gardenaction.co.uk/fruit_veg ... cember.asp

It has a monthly thingy on the left hand side.

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Post: # 44100Post gunners71uk »

cheers shiny

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Post: # 46237Post supersprout »

That Garden Action one is great, I use it lots, also this:
http://www.thegardenersalmanac.co.uk/Indexes/index.htm

It's well worth sowing e.g. a handful of baby carrot and beet from Jan to late August, every ten days or so, to ensure you have fresh baby veg throughout the year.

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Post: # 47882Post Cheezy »

This is the one from the RHS, they're pushing it along with Carol Klines rather average gardening programme. The links quite good though

http://www.rhs.org.uk/vegetables/diary.asp
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So you know how great Salsify is as a veg, what about Cavero Nero,great leaves all through the winter , then in Spring sprouting broccolli like flowers! Takes up half as much room as broccolli

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