A reblog of a previous post, a list of jobs for the kitchen garden or allotment that can be carried out this month.
I love the month of June. The weather is starting to warm, everything is growing quicker, the risk of frost diminishes and interesting looking crops such as coloured beans and squash can be planted out or sown. You may even be harvesting potatoes, broad beans and peas along with salad leaves and ripening summer strawberries.
Jobs for June:
- Plant out or sow runner and French beans (if you haven’t done so already), courgettes and squash
- Plant out sweetcorn, pumpkins, kale and purple sprouting broccoli
- Start feeding tomatoes, pinch out side shoots on cordon varieties
- Snap off onion and garlic scape (flower spikes) as they appear
- Keep the hoe and watering can busy!
- Keep sowing carrots, beets, salad crops, spring onion and radish
- Make June the last month to harvest your rhubarb, allowing it to rest
- Pinch out the growing tips of broad beans once the pods start to form to discourage black fly
- Harvest peas, early and…
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