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Vegetables to Sow in June

June brings increasingly warm temperatures and the threat of frost has passed, so it’s safe to sow all sorts of summer and autumn cropping vegetables straight into your outdoor beds, including a selection of beans and peas, squashes, sweetcorn and cucumbers. Stagger your sowings of salad leaves to ensure the longest growing season.

June brings increasingly warm temperatures and the threat of frost has passed, so it’s safe to sow all sorts of summer and autumn cropping vegetables straight into your outdoor beds, including a selection of beans and peas, squashes, sweetcorn and cucumbers. Stagger your sowings of salad leaves to ensure the longest growing season.

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Vegetables to sow in June

By the end of this month summer is official! However, another month means more veg to sow on the plot and there’s plenty to keep you busy with over 170 varieties to choose from. As June brings more sunshine than showers and the warmth is settling in, the threat of frost is no longer the problem it was.

On this month of June, don’t forget to make new sowings of salad, beetroot, carrots and lettuce, so you can enjoy fresh salad throughout the summer.

Remember to thin out your seedlings or you will get smaller crops from the overcrowded rows. Protect carrots from carrot fly and cabbages from caterpillar damage by covering the crop with fleece or netting.

Plant out greenhouse-raised brussels sprouts, cabbage, celery, courgettes, cucumbers, marrows, runner and French beans. It’s an ideal time to prepare the greenhouse against hot days by shade netting or shade paint.

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

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