What can I plant in my garden in January? Here’s a complete list of crops and flowers that you can start sowing right now.

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What can I plant in my garden in January? Here’s a complete list of crops and flowers that you can start sowing right now.

JANUARY is known for being a quiet month in the garden, with few plants in bloom.

While there is little growing in gardens across the UK right now, now is the ideal time to sow new crops in preparation for the warmer months.

The garden is quiet in January, with frost blanketing the country most mornings.

Despite the cold, there are still a variety of crops and flowers that can be planted in preparation for the spring season.

This month, gardening is all about getting ready for the warmer months, and Greenhouses Direct has shared their top picks for both edible and flowering plants.

The start of a new year gives the garden a fresh start.

There are a variety of hearty vegetables that can be planted in raised beds and pots now that winter greens can still be sown.

It’s best to keep newly planted plants in a greenhouse until the weather warms up in early March.

Turn your attention to staple vegetables like onions, greens, and starchy potatoes for a productive garden in time for Spring.

Sowing edible crops in January is the best way to get ready for plantain planting in March.

Before transplanting, fill your greenhouse with cooking staples to help them establish.

Sowing is suggested by Greenhouses Direct:

Make space in a sunny conservatory if you can’t keep crops in a greenhouse for the time being.

For a spring harvest, there are three main crops that can be planted now.

To ensure a fruitful crop by March, sow leafy green lettuce throughout the month.

Salad onions can also be started in a greenhouse and harvested in time for spring salads.

Plant carrot seeds as soon as possible for a steady harvest starting in early spring.

Onion seeds can be planted directly outside later this month, but due to the above-average temperatures, it is possible to do so now.

The Royal Horticultural Society recommends sowing seeds into the soil as soon as it begins to dry out; for best results, get them dug in after a dry spell.

There’s no better way to get ready for summer than to plant your warm-weather crops.

According to Greenhouses Direct, now is the time to start sowing broad beans, cabbages, and cauliflowers for summer harvest.

For best results, keep seedlings in your greenhouse until the weather warms up.

Herbs can be grown year-round in pots for a steady supply of fresh, fragrant leaves.

There are numerous flowers.

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