SEPTEMBER SOWING GUIDE

September SOWING GUIDE

September SOWING GUIDE

SEPTEMBER SOWING GUIDE

Some vegetables will need to be sown under cover or with the protection of cloches or fleece as the temperatures dip, other varieties can still be sown in the open.  Full details can be found on every packet. 

The range of suitable choices for September sowing include:

Baby LeafAstra, Barese, Catalogna Cerbiatta, Clodia, Magentaspreen, Red Kitten, Red Wizard, Rioja & Sangrai

BeetrootEarly Wonder

Broccoli Raab

Cabbages Copenhagen Market Early, Danish Ballhead & Wheelers Imperial

CauliflowerAll Year Round

ChicoryBrussels Witloof & Pain de Sucre, Chinese Broccoli Kaibroc & Kichi

Choy Sum Fortuna, Fuubi, Gunsho & Purple Choi

Collards Champion, Flash, Morris & Vates

Corn Salad D’Orlanda, Dutch Broad Leaf, Granon, Verte de Cambrai & Vit

Cress 6 choices

Endive7 choices

KaleBolshoi F1, Premier & Scarlet

Kohl RabiAzure Star & Kofu with protection

Herbscaraway, celery leaf, coriander (Filtro & Topf), Lavender, Marsh Mallow, Stridolo, Sweet Cicely & Wild Garlic

KomatsunaSamurai & Malachai

Leaf Beet 8 choices

LettuceBlack Seeded Simpson, Lobjoits, Marvel of Four Seasons, Rouge de Hiver, Rougette de Monpelier, Roxy, Tango, Till, Valdor, Waldman’s Dark Green & Winter Density

Mibuna, Minutina, Mitsuba & Mizuna

Mustard Leavessee ZINGY LEAVES TO LOVE

Onion - Hi Keeper F1, Kosma, Musona White Italian

Pak Choi (9 choices)

Sempasoi & Shungiku

Tokyo Bekana

Parsley 7 choices

Pea Avola

Purslane

RadishCrimson Giant, Diakon, Fakir, French Breakfast, Malaga Violet, Pink Celebration, Saxa, Sparkler, Supernova & Tarzan

Rocket 9 choices

Spinach Banjo, Flamingo, Giant Noble, Giant Winter, Matador, Medania Reflect & Renegade

Spring Onions

Strawberries

Turnips for greens and tops

FlowersAgrostemma, Ammi Majus, Eschscholtzia, Foxglove, Honesty, Larkspur, Limnanthes, Malva and Papaver

Green Manure comfrey, mustard & Phacelia