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Parsnips need a longer growing season than most root crops. You can start sowing successions from now until mid spring for a continuous crop.
Don’t be misled by the lovely weather that may occur at this time of year. Sowing seeds into open ground while the soil is still cold and wet will only result in losing most of the seeds and seedlings.
Early potatoes can go in this week if the soil can be worked easily. If it is still clinging to your boots, wait another week or two.
Most of your seed sowing will happen next month, but you can get a head start with a few things this week in glasshouses, plastic houses or indoors.
How do you know what to plant in your vegetable garden in August? It is not to late to put in your Fall / Autumn garden plants. Gardening information sure can get a bit confusing at times, but we have you covered.
In the greenhouse or under some glass, you can sow a few seeds of early cabbages, cauliflowers and brussels sprouts.