Episode 178. Seed’s that can be sown now.

In this week’s podcast I talk about seed’s that can be sown now. I also share the latest on the allotment and vegetable patch.

The diary.

In this last week the tasks that I have carried out include

  • Weeding and watering
  • Sowing seeds
  • How I have started preparing beds for winter vegetables.

I mention that I have sown plenty of seeds this week, below you will find the list of seeds that I have sown.

  • Swede best of all and gowrie
  • Cauliflower Romanesco ratitino and allyear round
  • Basil sweet and red leaved
  • Pak choi Whit petiole
  • Cabbage april
  • Kale red Russian and nero di toscano
  • Swiss chard bright lights
  • Spinach Samish f1
  • Lettuce lollo rossa
  • Chinese cabbage kasomi f1
  • Turnip petrowski

That sounds like a lot of seeds to get through.

I also mention an interview video I have appeared in. This video can be found below.

Seeds that can be sown now

Recently I have been feeling like all I seem to be doing is watering and weeding. I have also found myself thinking about the winter and how I want a good supply of vegetables throughout the winter. Winter may seem like a long way away but in order to get the plants growing to produce for the winter they need to be sown now.

With all that in mind I headed into my potting shed and looked to see if I had any seed’s that can be sown now. Well after a bit of searching I came up with a plenty of seeds to sow but most importantly these could be providing us with food over the winter.

I checked out a few online resources to share with you should you be looking for what you could sow now.

What will you be sowing now? Why not let me know in the comments or you cam Email me here.

3 thoughts on “Episode 178. Seed’s that can be sown now.

  • 23/07/2018 at 22:51
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    Having just cleared a space that was taken up with potatoes and onions, I was just sitting here thinking “what can I sow now” when your podcast popped up – looking forward to listening to it

  • 23/07/2018 at 23:05
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    Oddly enough a similar thing happened here which got me thinking about what to sow.

  • 27/07/2018 at 21:59
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    Testing

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