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Growing Onions

Growing Onions Sowing season:  March – April Ready to harvest: 24 weeks Onions are the base of nearly every dish in our kitchen. Onions are so simple to grow and ideal for the irish climate, theres no reason to not have onions in you vegetable patch. Get your seeds Growing outside: With your trowel prepare drills …

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Growing Turnip

Growing Turnip Sowing season:  April – AugustReady to harvest: 8-10 weeks This fast growing plant will be ready to harvest in just 8 weeks. Sow continiously to have turnips until November. Cut the tops to have extra greens for your salads. Get your seeds Growing outside: Turnip seeds like warm moist soil to start. So before …

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Growing Blood Red Spring Onion

Growing Blood Red Spring Onion Sowing season:  April – JuneReady to harvest: 10 weeks This eye catching spring onion will definatley bring a splash of colour to your salads. And even better, its ready to eat in just 10 weeks. Get your seeds This varity of spring onion is best grown completly outdoors. Growing outside: With …

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Growing Spring Onion

Growing Spring Onion Sowing season:  Mid August – Mid OctoberReady to harvest: 12 weeks Spring onion’s are planted in Autunm and harvested in spring, making them ideal for your bare winter patch. These onions are great in sandwichs, salads and as a garnish. Get your seeds Spring Onion (Scallion) can be grown completly in containers so …

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Growing Broccoli

Growing Broccoli Sowing season:  April – MayReady to harvest: 22 weeks A fairly easy to grow plant, with heads ready to harvest September to November. Get your seeds Starting inside will give you a 2 month headstart to faster harvest but is not essential. Starting inside: Fill your seed tray with compost and make a half …

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Growing Carrots

Growing Carrots Sowing season:  March – JulyReady to harvest: 24 weeks This Autumn variety of carrots are ready from the end of August up until new year. Ready in time for your warming stews and soups. Get your seeds Carrots are not suited for transplanting so only plant outdoors. Growing outside: Finely rake your vegatable …

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Growing Brussel Sprouts

Growing Brussel Sprouts Sowing season:  March – AprilReady to harvest: 30 weeks Brussel sprouts are a quintessential winter veg. Famous for christmas dinner. Yet this favorite goes perfect with any Sunday dinner (or any of the other 6 days). Get your seeds Brussel sprouts can be started indoors or outdoors. However when started in doors can …

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Growing Cabbage

Growing Cabbage Sowing season:  April – JulyReady to harvest: 26-28 weeks Cabbage is another Irish winter time classic vegetable. This variatation “January King” is especially hardy, thus making it perfect to gro in Ireland. Its so hardy it will last throughout winter and can be harvested until the following March. Get your seeds Precare: Cabbages are …

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Growing Beetroot

Growing Beetroot Sowing season:  March – JuneReady to harvest: 10-12 weeks These seeds are actually a mix of 5 different beets, all different colours, which results in a rainbow mix. Get your seeds Growing inside: Starting inside is not essential but can give you a month headstart, so you can be eating your beets in June. …

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Growing Cauliflower

Growing Cauliflower Sowing season:  March – JuneReady to harvest: 20 weeks Cauliflower is a hardy vegetable that taste deleicious smoothered in cheese sauce, in a wardming winter soup or as the crunch in your stir fry. Harvest from June to October. Get your seeds Starting inside: Fill your seed tray with potting compost and give a …

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