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Vegetables to Sow in February

In February you can start sowing some carrots, parsnip and broad beans in the garden. Under cover you could be adventurous and start off some chillies in the greenhouse or a heated propagator, or how about sowing some cabbage, celery, parsley, peppers, tomato, leek and onions? Check out our February seed choices.

In February you can start sowing some carrots, parsnip and broad beans in the garden. Under cover you could be adventurous and start off some chillies in the greenhouse or a heated propagator, or how about sowing some cabbage, celery, parsley, peppers, tomato, leek and onions? Check out our February seed choices.

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Alfalfa seeds

Average Seeds 45000

£2.99

Broad Bean Seeds - The Sutton

Single or Twin Pack

From: £2.49

Brussels Sprout Seeds - Maximus F1

Single Packet or Bulk Pack

From: £4.99

Cabbage (Non Organic) Seeds - Greyhound

Available 450 seeds or 1350 seeds

From: £1.99

Carrot Seeds - Amsterdam Forcing 3

1650 Seeds or 4950 Seeds

From: £1.99

Cauliflower Seeds - All The Year Round

Choose - Average Seeds 200 or 600

From: £1.49

Cauliflower Seeds - Clapton F1

Single Packet or Bulk Pack

From: £3.99

Celery Seeds - Loretta

Average Packet Content 350 seeds

£2.99

Chilli Seeds - Slowburn

Average seed content 15

£2.99
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Vegetables to sow in February

It’s still early in the year, and plenty of veg to sow! Are you unsure of which vegetables to sow in February? Dobies has over 140 varieties ready, you just have to decide what you want to grow!

With this many to choose from, we can offer a helping hand. You can sow veg outdoors in February - sow early varieties of carrot, such as Amsterdam Forcing, broad bean, and parsnip (under cloches or in a cold frame). Vegetables to sow in February also include shallot sets, which can also be planted out from the middle of the month.

Early varieties of potatoes should be chitted ready for planting towards the end of March and asparagus crowns can be ordered now – it is worth prepping early and having the sites where they are to grow ready on arrival.

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

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