Summertime has gone and with it, all those delicious summer vegetables. Hopefully, you were able to pick enough during the summer to preserve in some way, giving you a taste of summer, even in the depths of winter. With that in mind, you may want to start thinking about what what you can grow in September. Planning what to grow will help reap great rewards.
It might not be courgette and tomato season any longer but there are still plenty of tasty vegetables in season and also many that you can start planting.
What can I grow in September and October?
Everything that is a bulb, like garlic and onions, for instance.
If you are looking for vegetables to plant, give peas a go in September, October and even into November. As well as peas. you may want to try delicious vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, broccoli. Getting hold of a seasonal food calendar is one way of keeping up to date with the seasons. Our seasonal food calendar is a great guide through out the year, not only will you have a list of vegetables, you will have a record of seasonal fruits. Also, if you are not able to grow your own, the seasonal guide will help with shopping trips. Fruits such as peaches, nectarines, cranberries and strawberries can be planted in September so don’t miss the opportunity to grow your own for delicious puddings and desserts.
Have fun with your plans in the garden, eat well and remember:
Life is for cooking!
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