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What To Grow In The Month of July

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Welcome back! We’re already halfway through with the year, can’t believe it! So, What To Grow In The Month of July, that is the question today. Well, let me tell you.

Plants that NEED to be started in JULY

What to sow outdoors

These plants are perfect to start this time of year for a great Autumn crop! Try something new and plant a crop you don’t usually grow in your garden!

Plants you need to sow in the month of July

• Sow basil
• Sow fast-growing herbs
• Sow endive
• Sow French beans and runner beans
• Sow kohl rabi
• Sow lettuce
• Sow spinach
• Sow salad leaves
• Sow spring onions
• Sow turnips
• Sow radishes
• Sow beetroot
• Sow carrots
• Sow peas
• Sow spring cabbages

What to plant outdoors

These plants should have been started indoors in May, but if you haven’t started yet on some of these, you can probably get away with direct sowing them outdoors with the rest of your crop. No worries!

Plants you need to start in the month of July

• Plant out sprouting broccoli
• Plant out winter cabbages
• Plant cauliflower, kale and leeks
• Plant out Brussels sprouts


Thank you for stopping by again this month! Check back in at the end of July for yet another growing guide! See you all soon!

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Plants you NEED to start in JULY

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That’s all! Thank you for stopping by again, and until next time,

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You are awesome

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Your titles “what to start in July” ” what to start in May” etc. Only apply to specific climate zones. If your going be an expert you need to address climate zones for the best time to start certain plants. Your not helping the general public by such open statements. Get professional.

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Hi. In which growing zone do you plant? I’m in 7a. Will your suggestions work in my growing season?