Download our free seasonal produce calendar and start your own vegetable garden!
Last year I was a bit late starting a vegetable garden and I didn’t grow everything I wanted, so this year I’m planning ahead and working out what I want to grow and when it needs to be sowed.
Starting a vegetable garden can be a lot of fun and really rewarding. It’s also an inexpensive way to bring healthy food into your kitchen. However, it can be confusing if you don’t know what to grow and when.
Even if you don’t have a garden or an allotment, you can still grow vegetables indoors, on a window sill or in a greenhouse.
I’ve created a seasonal produce calendar with timings for 26 vegetables which you can be sown and harvested at different times of the year, which means you always have something to grow.
Please note that this produce calendar has been created as a guide and does not take into account regional weather conditions. Always read the instructions on the packet for the recommended times.
There are so many vegetables which you can grow at home, in this calendar I have included:
- Broad beans
- Brussel Sprouts
- Chilli Pepper
- Runner Beans
While most vegetables are annuals and are sown and harvested once a year, there are some vegetables which are perennials. You can plant perennial vegetables once and harvest them for years.
- Some perennial vegetables include:
- Egyptian walking onion
- Globe artichoke
- Jerusalem artichokes