1. Double check final frost dates for your zone.
2. Continue succession sowings of spinach and beetroot for regular harvests.
3. Plant flowers to attract beneficial pollinators - For a complete kit of pollen-rich plants, visit SeedologyUK on Etsy
4. Begin harvesting peas and asparagus.
5. Sow Sweetcorn.
6. Chit and plant out potatoes.
7. Increase water to tomatoes as the weather warms.
8. Put up a shade barrier to protect exposed areas from scorching.
9. Plant out nasturtiums after the final frosts.
10. Sow cornflower seeds - For 100% organic cornflower seeds, visit SeedologyUK on Etsy
1. Watch out for sleepy hedgehogs emerging from hibernation.
2. Sow leeks for autumn harvests.
3. Sow sweet peas and sunflowers.
4. Sow courgettes, cucumbers and pumpkins indoors.
5. Thin struggling seedlings.
6. Transplant seedlings gently to the veg plot.
7. Update garden plan as necessary.
8. Final tomato sowings.
9. Harvest kale, spinach and chard.
10. Check final frost dates.
1. Sow peppers, tomatoes and chillies on a sunny windowsil.
2. Plant cauliflowers and potato tubers.
3. Protect new shoots from pests with netting or fleece.
4. Begin second sowings of early crops.
5. Sow native wildflower seeds.
6. Plant out multi-sown onion seedlings.
7. Keep on top of veg plot weeds.
8. Place bug hotels outside ready for insects to lay eggs.
9. Divide snowdrop clumps.
10. Prune roses.
1. Dress veg plots and pots with a layer of compost.
2. Begin chitting potato tubers.
3. Multi-sow beetroot indoors.
4. Plant asparagus, garlic and turnips.
5. Continue to harvest leeks and parsnips.
6. Plant summer flower bulbs.
7. Hoe any early weeds.
8. Prune wisteria.
9. Declutter shed/greenhouse.
10. Enjoy early flowers.
1. Create a garden plan.
2. Order seeds, bulbs and plug plants.
3. Protect vulnerable plants with fleece and mulch.
4. Plant early carrots and shallots.
5. Continue to harvest broccoli and Swiss chard.
6. Clear away dead and finished plants.
7. Prepare seed starting area.
8. Sow pepper and chili seeds
9. Reflect on the successes and failures of the year before.
10. Be patient, spring will be here eventually!