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Small veg patch - what winter veg can I grow? (6 replies)

loubylou
12 months ago
loubylou 12 months ago

I have been given a small plot in neighbours garden for growing veg.  I have not grown winter veg before and wondered what I could grow over the cold months.  Any ideas greatly received.

carolb
carolb
12 months ago
carolb 12 months ago

Hi Loubylou

I am not a winter veg grower, but winter kale comes to mind, also garlic and onions, other than that I can not offer any suggestions.

Carol

Carol in Essex

Hemeroholic
Hemeroholic
11 months ago
Hemeroholic 11 months ago

Hi, now is the time to plant Garlic & Autumn onion sets, you can also sow Broad Beans & some varieties of Pea will also stand the Winter.

loubylou
11 months ago
loubylou 11 months ago

Thank you Carol and Hemeroholic.   Garlic, autumn onions, kale and broad beans it is.  

 

carolb
carolb
11 months ago
carolb 11 months ago

Looking forward to hearing how they get on 🙂

Carol in Essex

loubylou
11 months ago
loubylou 11 months ago

Will be planting at weekend if weather alright.  I'm not a photographer but will try and take photo!

loubylou
5 months ago
loubylou 5 months ago

Didn't take any photos.  Purple sprouting broccoli was good.  Other plants like brussels didn't fair so well.  Have got started for this year with the use of a greenhouse.  The veg patch has had well rotted horse manure on one half over winter.  Taken out the sad plants and have used bought manure to put on other half.  As soon as some of the seeds from greenhouse are ready hopefully so will the patch of garden.  Looking forward to planting out.

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