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The kitchen garden calendar from A to Z

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The kitchen garden calendar from A to Z

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The garden calendar accompanies the gardener each month ... Maybe even every day when it comes to knowing which variety to choose, and know the best periods of planting. Especially since before planning harvests, you must have sown, directly in the kitchen garden or in a greenhouse, cleared, transplanted, neat, watered ... All without delay. The winter months of course sign a certain gardener's rest in the kitchen garden. The return of the beautiful days, the spring then the summer are the seasons of sowing. And very quickly crops! Over the months the activity intensifies as evidenced by a schedule of the gardener increasingly loaded. In November, it is the end of sowing, but the time of cleaning and crop protection that will ensure the winter harvest.

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What to do in the garden in January?

In January, the garden is at rest. It's time for reflection and consultation of the catalogs to define the next seeds. It is also a question of continuing to protect the root vegetables jellies. To harvest: leeks, cabbage, lettuce that are resistant to frost.

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What to do in the garden in February?

In February, no questions of to precipitate the sowing. Beware of frosts! Spade to aerate the earth, and enrich it by bringing compost. If the weather is mild, sow onions and pink garlic. And under cover, before transplanting 4 or 5 weeks later, eggplant, tomatoes and peppers.

What to do in the garden in March?

In March, some sowing is possible in the ground: peas, onions, lettuce, radish. We harvest the last winter vegetables.

What to do in the garden in April?

In April, intense activity announced in a kitchen garden calendar well loaded! This is the big month of sowing. In the greenhouse for eggplant, tomatoes, peppers, basil, cucumbers ... Or in the ground for beets, radishes, carrots, lettuce, green beans or dry ... Plant also cabbage and potatoes. As for harvests, salads and first radishes appear. Think of to breathe the air.

What to do in the garden in May?

In May, it's time to set up in the ground of greenhouse seedlings. Then sow, intensely! Beets, radishes, carrots, turnips, beans, pumpkins, zucchini, salads. Of course, to stagger the crops, think about stagger the plantations !

What to do in the garden in June?

In June, seedlings continue ! And you can also plant or transplant in place tomatoes, peppers, aubergines, cabbages, salads ... At this time the harvest season begins, they will continue to intensify over the summer months. To you salads, radishes, peas, green beans, turnips, potatoes ... Continue to hike of course and do not forget to water in the evening.

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What to do in the garden in July and August?

In July as in August, we watch and watch! The sowing calendar is calming, but not the harvest! Remember to stake tomatoes and beans. Lighten the seedlings to let each vegetable plant flourish. Hunt slugs and gourmet snails. Always water in the evening, plenty every other day, rather than weakly every day.

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What to do in the garden in September?

In September, sow fall vegetables in the ground, starting with turnips, radishes, spinach and lettuce. But also the winter onions that will be harvested in the spring. Add leeks and cabbage. Harvests continue, still abundant! The first pumpkins join the basket.

What to do in the garden in October?

In October, the season change is also visible on the gardener's calendar! Tear the plants of vegetables that no longer produce. Collect the dead leaves to enrich the compost. Harvest cabbage, squash, leeks, turnips, salads, and pumpkins of course!

What to do in the garden in November?

In November, harvests dwindle, but leeks and pumpkins weigh down the baskets happily. Activity is slowing down sharply.

What to do in the kitchen garden in December?

In December, the cold invites to mulch the soil to protect root vegetables. And to prepare soups with good vegetables a little less varied ...

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