It is the time to plant:

– Broad Beans seeds
– Cauliflower seeds
– Celery seeds
-Mint seeds
Mizuna seedlings
– Mustard greens seeds
– Onion seedlings
– Pak Choy seedlings
– Peas
– Potatos
– Radish seeds
-Rosemary seedlings
– Shallot seedlings
– Swedes/Rutabagas seeds
– Turnip seeds

We recommend starting a gardening diary or, better yet, a gardening calendar. This will help you keep track of what you planted where. You can add notes on whether your veggies are doing well or whether they aren’t doing so well, and why. A calendar can also be used to indicate when it’s time to pull veggies out the ground, or when to harvest them.

You can also add moon phases, mark which spots receive morning sun, which receive afternoon sun, which are the sunniest spots, and which  spots have the most shade. Gardening is something learnt over time through experience, and this is a great way to track your performance and record your triumphs.

There is not much to plant in June, so it is a good time to clean, sharpen and repair garden tools.

You can also construct permanent cropping beds and make a cold frame or two. This allows early sowing and planting to occur in a more sheltered environment

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Written by Aimee Hoppe
Activist for freedom of all earthlings and preservation of planet earth. Writing for positive change to empower through education so all earthlings can live harmoniously and freely. Supplier of some eco alternatives to mainstream unethical products.