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Plant Growing - Growing Vegetables

There is a wide range of vegetables that can be grown. Some are easier to grow than others.

For best results and also to reduce the risk of spread of root diseases and pest they should be grown on a rotation. An idea of rotation is given at the end of this page

The information is designed to help you decide what and how to grow based on our experience. 

Brassicas

Leaf brassica
e.g. cabbages, kale, sprouts, spring greens

Flowering brassica
e.g. cauliflower, sprouting broccoli

Root brassica
e.g. turnip, swede

Legumes

Peas
e.g. garden pea, mange tout, sugar pea

Beans
e.g. runner bean, french bean

Broad bean


Potatoes

Sweet potato









 

Root Crops

Carrots

Parsnips

 

Allium Family

Onions

Leeds

Spring Onions