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Now spring has arrived and we have seen a bit of sunshine, the ground should have started to dry out so it's time to really get going with sowing and planting. Use our video tips to find out how you can chit potatoes, plant onions and garlic, and get sowing all kinds of vegetables.
Chit and plant out second early, then maincrop potatoes.
Sow seed indoors for delicious courgettes, marrows and squash.
Pot up tomato seedlings when they develop true leaves.
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Our handy veg planner helps you decide what to do & when for each crop. (66KB Adobe Acrobat pdf)
Read about a new generation of sweetcorn, the 'super start', that has been developed with the home gardener in mind.
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.
This dish looks beautiful if you have rainbow chard with its array of colours, and tastes delicious with its filling of lemony cheese.
Sow leeks in early spring, ready for harvesting these tasty vegetables 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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