Not only is growing your own vegetables fun, it is rewarding as well and all that one needs really is some decent soil and a packet of seed, some compost and oodles of patience.
But to make sure that all the effort that you put into making your vegetable patch well you will actually have to have a working knowledge of which veggie to plant and harvest at what time of the year.
If it’s your new year’s resolution to own that patch, start off with cucumbers, potatoes, tomatoes and broad beans from February through April, beetroots, carrot, spring onions, and pumpkins from April through July, shallots, spinach, onions and turnips from July through October and lastly, cabbages, peas, lettuce and garlic from September through just before Christmas.
Growing your own vegetables is incredibly easy, healthy and cost effective. Which is why we suggest you follow this guide and get started soon.