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Here’s another really useful post for me. It’s great to be reminded that there’s more to plant in the garden at this time of the year in particular.
When I first started to grow vegetables I really needed the information to be in one place, so I could look it up easily. However, I found I had to search for lots of little bits of information, scattered between internet sites and books. It used to take me a long time to find the information I needed.
I thought it would be useful to have this information altogether in one place. So for the benefit of UK gardeners, I write a list of things to be done each month and any useful information I can think of.
It is worth remembering that different parts of the UK have different weather conditions e.g. the last frost is expected earlier in the south than the north.
Traditionally July is often the warmest month of the year and days are long, but it can also be the wettest month of…
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