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Vegetables to Sow in December

December is a quiet time in the garden, but you can sow some crops for next year’s harvest, including onions and peas. If you like broad beans, some varieties – like Aquadulce Claudia – can be sown outdoors, or pop a cloche over The Sutton variety. And keep sowing those sprouting seeds indoors for quick, nutritious results. See our December seed choices here.

December is a quiet time in the garden, but you can sow some crops for next year’s harvest, including onions and peas. If you like broad beans, some varieties – like Aquadulce Claudia – can be sown outdoors, or pop a cloche over The Sutton variety. And keep sowing those sprouting seeds indoors for quick, nutritious results. See our December seed choices here.

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Vegetables to sow in December

The month with the shortest days and the longest nights, we can only hope that December’s daylight hours are cold and crisp with clear blue skies. Such days can be filled with warming winter digging and pruning, plus raking up and bagging the last of the fallen leaves. Wet days are perfect for planning the garden, deciding what Dobies seed to sow and grow next.

December doesn’t need to be a quiet month on the plot, with a handful of veg waiting to be sown. For large onions, seed can be sown during December and early January transplanting the young plants outdoors in spring. Chicory roots can be lifted at this time by cutting back the tops and potting up, which will force them to produce blanched, tender chicons with whitened leafy shoots. Vacant areas in the vegetable plot can be dug ready for sowing and planting in spring.

Check out our handy blog for more helpful tips and December allotment advice.

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