The crisp, cool mornings are starting to be a more common as we move through the second half of September, clearly Autumn is well-and-truly on the way.

If you haven't already planted more hardy crops ready for harvest during Autumn, don't worry. If you have a greenhouse you will still be able to grow food during winter, with a bit of effort. If you're good you may even be able to grow peppers in your greenhouse up to December.

In the garden dead head and clear up. Compost what you can and chip hard wood to use as mulch later in the year. Winter Pansies are such good performers. Now is the time to plant bulbs ready for next year.

What can be grown in the greenhouse?

September

Sowing:

September

Harvesting:

October

Sowing:

October

Harvesting:

Sprouting Broccoli

 Cabbage

Cauliflower

Coriander

Lettuce

Onions

Peas

 Radish

Rocket

Spring Onions

Strawberries 

 

Cabbage

Carrots

Cauliflower

Celery

Chard

Coriander

Courgette

Cucumber

French Beans

Fennel

Lettuce

Melon

Onions

Pak Choi

Peppers

Radish

Rocket

Spinach

Spring Onions

Strawberries

Tomatoes

 

Broad beans

Cabbage

Cauliflower

Coriander

Onions

Peas

 Radish

Spring Onions

 

Beetroot

Cabbage

Carrot

Cauliflower

 Celery

Chard

Coriander

Courgette

Cucumber

French Beans

Fennel

Lettuce

Pak Choi

Peppers

Radish

 Rocket

Spinach

Spring Onions

Strawberries

 Tomatoes