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Your article: Time to plant out seedlings – but harden them off first

Mark Thompson

Mark Thompson

  • by Mark Thompson
 

Flaming June, as it is often called due to the often hot spells we can get – or with the vagaries of the British weather to signal farmers frustrations when rain can spoil the hay generally made in June, is a time to make time to enjoy your garden, plot or allotment.

So make sure you take time to sit back with a tea, wine or beer and just drink in the view of all your hard work to date.

Whether you have been raising plants from seed or have bought the plants from a garden centre now is the time to plant some out.

Runner beans can be planted against any support you have prepared, like a wigwam of garden canes, this can be done in a large pot even.

Read Mark’s full column in tomorrow’s (12 June) Pocklington Post.

 

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