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What to sow in September?

Vegetable harvests are at an all-time high in September. All those months of hard work are now paying off as almost daily harvests are taking place. However, there is still plenty of seeds you can continue to sow in September and enjoy over the coming months.

Sowing in the greenhouse

Spinach, Spring Cabbages, and Pak Choi can all be started now undercover with protection from the cooler nights. Salad crops can still be sown and harvested as a baby leaf variety – of course, microgreens are still viable to sow even now!

Direct sowing outside

Onions, Spring Onions, Green Manures if you want to close down any growing area over the autumn and winter months. Beds can be prepared for the first sowing of Garlic from mid-September. Spinach, Lettuce, and the final round of radishes can all be sown now.

Red Ruble

200 Seeds per packet

Grow as a baby crop harvest from 30 days


A distinctive dark red colour and iron content that is ten times (10x) higher than other kale...


500 Seeds per packet

Perfect for cut & come again


An excellent variety of lettuce suitable for both maincrop production and baby leaf.

All Year Round

200 seeds per packet

Can be grown all year


As the name suggests all year round, this cauliflower can be sown and grown all year round. A...