Sunflowers can be grown in yellows, dark reds and orange colours.
Candytuft will flower in the summer.
Brighten up the spring and your garden by planting cheery daffodils.
Virginia stocks are very quick to grow and can flower just four or five weeks after you have sown them.
Plant some wallflower plug plants in the garden for some spring colour.
Verbena is great at attracting butterflies to your garden in the summer.
Marigolds can also be sown in the vegetable garden as an edible flower.
These tiny flowers come in a range of colours that are perfect for growing at the front of your flower bed or in containers.
These are bright, jolly flowers and look great in the garden or in big flower pots.
Plant a tiny acorn in a pot to grow a mighty oak tree.
Sow cornflowers them next to nasturtiums, marigolds or poppies to make them look really bright!
Californian poppies are a hardy annual, so you can sow them this month and they will flower next year.
Coleus can be grown as a house plant or used for a summer bedding scheme ouside.
Sow this annual flower at Easter ready to flower in the summer.
Nasturtiums are edible flowers like marigolds, so not only do they look really colourful but they taste good too!
Clarkia is a hardy annual flower that can still be sown during the beginning of June.
Sweet Williams are a hardy biennial flower that can be sown during July.
Coneflowers are a great perennial for picking; the flowers can last two weeks in water.
Pansies are good for planting in pots and containers.
Grape hyacinths are perennial spring flowering bulbs with flowers that look like blue bunches of grapes.
Plant tulip bulbs in autumn for a bright show in the spring.
Look forward to lovely flowers with beautiful scent in summer.
Nigella - or love-in-a-mist – is really easy to grow and very pretty.
Courgettes belong to the same family as marrows, pumpkins and summer squashes. They are a useful crop that can be sown outside in early June and produce lots of harvest and use in the kitchen.
French beans are delicious as vegetables or used in salads and are easy to grow. There are two types of French beans ‘climbing’ (pole beans) and ‘bush’ beans. Sow the dwarf bush varieties in July.
Add zing to your summer salads by sowing and growing some mustard – leaves of some of the varieties taste hot and spicy!
Broad beans are a good crop to sow in the autumn so that you can have an early harvest of beans in May and June – delicious!
Tomatoes come in all shapes, sizes and colours, so grow a few different varieties for your sandwiches.
Home-grown potatoes taste heaps better than the ones you buy in the shops. Early and maincrop potatoes can be sprouted inside before planting in the garden, this is known as ‘chitting’.
This plant is an annual and it will reach 60cm tall.
Tasty peppers are fun to grow inside. Watch the colours of the fruits change from green to red!
Earlier in the year you might have planned what you would like to grow in your vegetable plot, March is the month to begin sowing lots of vegetables including lovely peas.
Spinach is famous because it is the favourite food of the cartoon character Popeye the sailor, who gets enormous strength after eating a can of it. Why don’t you try growing some spinach this month?
Micro greens are harvested when the seeds have germinated and grown their first leaves. Despite being tiny, they are packed full of flavour and are great to add to salads all year round.
Plan ahead and sow some pumpkins this month so you have pumpkins to carve for Halloween.
November is the perfect time to plant a rhubarb crown.
Planting out your chitted maincrop potatoes in April will make sure that you are able to harvest potatoes in the autumn months for yummy roast dinners and jacket potatoes.
Grow your own yummy cress by making a Mr Cress head!
If you plant a few potatoes now it won't be long before you'll have your own crop of new potatoes. Those grown in your own garden have lots more flavour than most supermarket spuds.
Spring is the busiest time in the vegetable garden, sowing lots of crops, such as chard, to enjoy later in the year.
Your vegetable plot will be filling up with lots of crops. This month sow some radishes for a quick growing crop and if you have space some courgettes to harvest at the end of the summer.
Fast-growing spring onions can be added to salads,sandwiches and stir fries.
Extend your summer salads by sowing some yummy spinach.
Extend your summer salads by sowing some yummy lettuce.
These are great to grow now for an early crop of pea shoots.
Garlic is known for having a very strong smell - luckily it's used a lot in cooking as it also tastes really yummy!
Herbs are really fantastic plants. They help to add flavour to your cooking and smell great! Have a go at making your very own mini indoor herb garden.
Grow early carrots to harvest from June onwards