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Did you know...
  • …that hardiness zones are geographically defined areas of minimum temperature in which specific categories of plant life are capable of growing?
  • …that WikiGardener now contains detailed information on 165 varieties of chilli and sweet pepper?
  • …that parsley is normally grown for its leaves, but a particular variety (Hamburg parsley) is grown for its roots?
  • …that WikiGardener now has 47 articles on Cucurbit troubles?
  • …that the pathogenic fungus corn smut (Ustilago maydis) can be cultivated on sweet corn, harvested and cooked as a dish called "huitlacoche"?
  • …that WikiGardener contains detailed information on 26 varieties of potato?
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Jobs to Do in September
Sow Indoors
All Month
Lettuce (for a winter crop)
Sowing
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Sow/Plant Outdoors
Early September
Endive, Lettuce (for a spring crop)
Time
Sowing
All Month
Spinach, Turnip
Sowing
Spring cabbage
Transplant
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Harvest
Early September
Pea (from an Apr/May sowing)
Time
Harvest
All Month
Aubergine, Beetroot, Broad bean, Broccoli (green varieties), Carrot, Cauliflower (summer & autumn varieties), Celery, Chilli, Courgette, Endive, French bean, Kohl Rabi, Leek, Lettuce, Marrow, Onion, Pea (from a Jun/Jul sowing), Perpetual spinach, Potato: Maincrop, Pumpkin, Radish, Red cabbage, Runner bean, Savoy cabbage, Spinach, Squash, Summer cabbage, Sweet pepper, Sweet corn, Tomato, Turnip
Harvest
Late September
Brussels sprouts, Celeriac, Chinese cabbage, Swede
Harvest
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