Nickys Seeds Vegetables to sow

Grow your own vegetables in borders, allotments, raised beds, patio pots, greenhouse borders, kids love growing and eating them. Cucumber Iznic a baby cucumber that is great for kids snacks or lunch boxes. Nothing can beat harvesting your own vegetables full of flavour straight from the garden.

Cucumber Iznic Baby cucumber that is great for snacking, slicing, lunch boxes and dips

Cucumber Iznic Baby cucumber

Cucumber Iznic seeds

Vegetable seeds  sowing calendar

Climbing French Beans
Dawrf French Beans
Runner Beans
Beetroot
Leaf Beet
Kale
Broccoli
Broccoli Raab
Cabbage
Calabrese
Carrot
Cauliflower
Celery
Celtuce
Chicory
Cucumber
Kohl Rabi
Leek
Lettuce
Salad onions
Chinese Cabbage
Pak Choi
Parsley
Peas
Radish
Rocket
Spinach
Pumpkin
Swede
Sweet Corn
Turnip
Watercress
Oriental Vegetables
Salad Leaf
Baby Leaf Mixtures

Baby leaf vegetables grow your own for sandwiches, salads or stir frying. You cannot beat fresh mixed salad leaf you have grown yourself from seeds rather than buying from the supermarket. A cut and come again crop they can be sown in the vegetable garden all year round in milder climates or raised in glasshouses or polytunnels in cooler areas for winter early spring crops. Sow in pots or trays and grow in the greenhouse or on a sunny windowsill. Sow every two weeks for a continual supply of tender young leaf.
Sowing outdoors sprinkle seeds 1/2″ apart in a 2-4″ wide row covering lightly or broadcast sow at up to 10gram per square metre. Indoors broadcast in prepared beds or trays.
Harvest after approx 3 weeks by clipping with scissors, most plants in the mix will re grow

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