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It's been a mild winter so far - albeit one of the wettest on record. See RHS advice on how you can repair some of the damage due to flooding. Use our video tips to see how you can get ahead in the growing season by sowing seeds, such as beans, with a degree of protection.
Plant Jerusalem artichoke now for something a bit different
Prevent frost damage of fruit blossom in early spring
Sow celeriac, an unusual vegetable grown for its tasty root
How are you getting along with growing fruit & veg in your garden this season so far?
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Our handy veg planner helps you decide what to do & when for each crop. (66KB Adobe Acrobat pdf)
Learn about a cherry tomato that you can grow later in the season to avoid the period of time when the disease blight is at large.
Visit the RHS online shop where you can buy a number of vegetable seeds and a whole host of allotment accessories.
Use our recipes, containing fresh fruit, vegetables and herbs, to conjure up meals and side dishes to impress.
Relish a tasty, refreshing pesto with carrots or celery dips for a satisfying snack or part of a delicious meal.
Prepare and plant potatoes in early spring, ready for harvesting later in the growing season.
Get involved in art and craft to do in the garden - here's our checklist of all activities to do this month.
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