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Vegetables to Sow in January

January is a good time to sow seeds under glass in the greenhouse, or in a heated propagator if you have one, while there’s nothing much happening outside in the garden. You could try broad bans, spring onions, early broccoli, and a host of other veg. Check out our January seed choices.

January is a good time to sow seeds under glass in the greenhouse, or in a heated propagator if you have one, while there’s nothing much happening outside in the garden. You could try broad bans, spring onions, early broccoli, and a host of other veg. Check out our January seed choices.

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Vegetables to sow in January

It’s the start of a new year and time for an allotment or veg patch full of new homegrown goods! There are no excuses when it comes to planning your veg garden, and you can start sowing your seeds right away.

Dobies has plenty of vegetables for you to sow each month to keep you busy all year round. January is the perfect time to sow broad beans in pots in mild areas, placing them in a cold frame or unheated greenhouse.

In the greenhouse, vegetables to sow in January include aubergines and summer maturing cabbages, cauliflower, plus early crops of lettuces, spinach, salad onions and turnips. You can also get sowing on onion seeds, which you can sow in a heated propagator.

Check out our helpful blog to give you plenty of handy tips - January allotment advice.

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