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Did you know...
  • …that hardiness zones are geographically defined areas of minimum temperature in which specific categories of plant life are capable of growing?
  • …that WikiGardener now contains detailed information on 165 varieties of chilli and sweet pepper?
  • …that parsley is normally grown for its leaves, but a particular variety (Hamburg parsley) is grown for its roots?
  • …that WikiGardener now has 47 articles on Cucurbit troubles?
  • …that the pathogenic fungus corn smut (Ustilago maydis) can be cultivated on sweet corn, harvested and cooked as a dish called "huitlacoche"?
  • …that WikiGardener contains detailed information on 26 varieties of potato?
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Jobs to Do in June
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Chilli (outdoors) Courgette, Marrow, Pumpkin, Spinach, Squash, Sweet pepper (outdoors), Sweet corn
Sow/Plant Outdoors
Early June
Chicory (forcing varieties), Courgette, Marrow, Pumpkin, Spinach, Squash, Swede
Last chance
Sow
Last chance
Transplant
All Month
Beetroot, Carrot, Chicory, Endive, French Bean, Kohl Rabi, Lettuce (for a summer crop), Radish, Runner Bean, Turnip
Sow
Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Leek, Red Cabbage, Runner Bean, Summer Cabbage
Transplant
Late June
Pea (for a Sept/Oct crop)
Sow
Celeriac, Celery, Kale, Savoy Cabbage, Winter Cabbage
Transplant
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Harvest
Early June
Asparagus, Pea (from Feb-March sowing), Spring Cabbage
Last chance
Harvest
All Month
Beetroot, Broad Bean, Carrot (early sowings), Cauliflower (summer varieties), Perpetual Spinach, Lettuce, Radish, Rhubarb, Spinach, Tomato (greenhouse), Turnip
Harvest
Late June
Globe Artichoke, French Bean (early April sowing), Kohl Rabi, Pea (from Mar-April sowing), Potato (earlies)
Harvest
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