Garden calendar to keep your kitchen garden growing - vegetables and herbs to sow and plant right now International Biochar Initiative | International Biochar Initiative Monthly sowing guide Month by month sowing suggestions a vegetable sowing calendar for the year January . . . is really a month for eating your stored winter vegetables and hopefully enjoying the view of the garden from your kitchen window. However, there are a few things that you can sow right at the end of the month particularly if you live in a warmer part of the country and/or have a polytunnel or greenhouse In trays or pots . . . Round seeded (as opposed to wrinkle seeded) peas can be sown from late January onwards. In a polytunnel or greenhouse . . . From the end of the month, you can think about sowing hardy salads and oriental greens in warmer parts of Britain (mizuna, mibuna, mustard greens, pak choi, mispooona, komatsuna, winter varieties of lettuce, land cress) February . . . still winter time, but the days are beginning to get a little longer Round seeded (as opposed to wrinkle seeded) peas Winter salads & oriental greens to plant outside in March, but still under a cloche or mini-tunnel March/April
25 Plants You Should Consider Growing – Casaubon's Book Note: This is a rerun from ye olde blogge. As the book deadline approaches, expect to see some of my previous opi making appearances here. Since I’ve got more than 1000 of them, it shouldn’t be too boring, I hope. I hope this one will help some of you in garden planning this year. There are a million gardening books out there to tell you how to grow perfect tomatoes and lettuces. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. Sharon
Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as fuel Pond Fish Direct, Koi Fish Online - AquaLife 2 U How to Grow Vegetables | Guide to Growing Vegetables Some general considerations for growing vegetables: Sowing Tips When sowing seeds, a good general rule of thumb is to sow to a depth of approximately twice the thickness of the seed. Some smaller seeds require light to germinate and should not be sown too deep; otherwise they may never germinate or break through the surface of the soil. Conversely, large seeds planted too shallow may not develop properly. Keep seeds well-moistened while awaiting germination and check regularly. Select a light-weight, well-drained medium for sowing to ensure good seed to soil contact. Growing Tips Most vegetables will produce better results if sown and grown in a soil-medium that is well-drained, rich in organic matter (fertile), and fairly lightweight. Most vegetables will prefer good quantities of natural, direct sunlight daily. Harvesting and Seed Saving Many vegetables will be harvested in the fall, especially if grown in lower hardiness zones.
No Dig Gardening Via Scoop.it – Permaculture To teach people an easy way to build fertile soil to grow organic vegetables with free videos and written information describing the no dig gardening technique.Via www.no-dig-gardening.org Like this: Like Loading...