Upper Poppleton, England -- (ReleaseWire) -- 09/23/2016 -- Many think that when autumn comes to an end, all there is left to do in a garden is harvest the fruits and vegetable which have been grown however this is not true and autumn is actually as important as spring when it comes to gardening. Autumn is a key time for gardeners to prepare and get ahead for the next growing season and some crops can even be grown throughout September and even further on, depending on the weather. Here are some crops that can be grown:
- Leafy vegetables. Lower light levels mean that sown vegetables will no longer fruit and flower however leafy crops still have plenty of time remaining.
- Christmas potatoes. In you plant seed potatoes this month in a pot, you will be able grow the potatoes for your Christmas dinner.
- Garlic. Providing ground isn't too tough or waterlogged, garlic can now be grown up until February.
- Broad beans and peas. From September to mid-November, sowings of broad beans and peas can be carried out.
A spokesperson from leading provider of hydroponics equipment in the UK, Hydroponica was keen to comment saying, "For people whom are looking to grow a wider variation of vegetables and produce through the autumn and winter period, hydroponics equipment such as propagation grow tent kits could help vastly. Due to hydroponic gardeners being able to have complete control over not only nutrient intake but also lighting ad more, they don't have to grow crops depending on the season and can instead grow whatever they like, whenever they like."
Hydroponica is one the UK's largest collection of hydroponics equipment of a wide variety, with leading, high quality options for both beginners and experts. For further information and to view their collections you can visit their website.
Company name: Hydroponica Ltd
Contact person: James Ellam
Tel: 01924 362888
Address: Unit 3, Oakwood Business Park Northfield Lane Upper Poppleton YO26 6QF
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