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QUICK GUIDE TO CROP GROWING TIMES

Knowing roughly how long a particular vegetable occupies the ground can help you match crops to available space and avoid leaving areas unused. Planning an ambitious growing programme may seem complicated, but sorting the various vegetables into slower crops and those that sprint to maturity can often simplify the task. First decide where to grow staples like potatoes and long ­ term crops such as winter leeks or sprouting broccoli, and then fit the faster ones around or between them. This table of sprinter and long-distance vegetables gives the number of months you can expect each to be in the ground, but this is an approximate guide and times can be longer or shorter depending on variety, locality and season.









Details copied from “The Allotment Book”

Author  “Andi Clevely”    

ISBN 978-0-00-727077-4







Details copied from “The Allotment Book”

Author  “Andi Clevely”    

ISBN 978-0-00-727077-4