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Summer is the height of the growing season when the vegetable garden comes into its own. While some vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, and cauliflower prefer the cooler temperatures of spring and autumn, others such as tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers need hotter weather in order to thrive.
Here are the best summer vegetables to grow, along with some tips to get you started.
For a good yield, all these veggies need their flowers to be pollinated by bees, which gives gardeners an excellent excuse to plant pollen and nectar-rich flowers and herbs alongside them. The result? A garden full of flowers, buzzing with bees and lots of veggies to harvest.
Join us this Friday 5 November for our FREE online workshop on ‘Super Summer Veggies!’, with Garden Guru Sue Both.
Please use the following login details to join us at 11am sharp over Zoom:
Meeting ID: 873 6745 6088 Passcode: 366519
or use the following direct link: https://bit.ly/3F2XcdB