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Vegetables to Sow in October

Wondering which vegetables to sow in October? Although the hours of daylight are shortening, lots of vegetable varieties can be sown this month, including basil, broad beans, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, onions, radish and many more. Browse our October vegetable seeds.

Wondering which vegetables to sow in October? Although the hours of daylight are shortening, lots of vegetable varieties can be sown this month, including basil, broad beans, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, onions, radish and many more. Browse our October vegetable seeds.

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Salad Leaves Seeds - Mild and Sweet

Average Packet Content 250 seeds

£2.49

Kale (Borecole) Seeds - F1 Peacock White

Average Packet Content 30 Seeds

£3.49

Speedy Veg Seed - Leaf Salad Stir Fry Mix

Average Packet Content 550 Seeds

£2.79

Radish Seeds - Black Spanish Round

Average Packet Content 450 seeds

£1.99

Cabbage Seeds - F1 Mozart

Average Packet Content 45 seeds

£1.99

Alfalfa Sprouting Seeds

Average Packet Content 9500 seeds

£1.99

Leaf Salad Seeds - Italian Mix

Average Packet Content 900 seeds

£2.79

Bean (Broad) Seeds - De Monica

Average Packet Content 60 seeds

£2.99

Lettuce Seeds - Vailan - Winter Gem

Average Packet Content 200 seeds

£2.49
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There is still plenty of work to be done in the garden in October. Not only is there a lot of lifting and clearing of summer flowering items, but many vegetable varieties can be sown at this time too.

Why not grow autumn-planting garlic? Plant your garlic cloves from October to January and you will be able to harvest your garlic May to July the following year. Autumn-planting onion and shallot sets can be planted in a well-drained, sunny position, up to the end of November too.

Lift and store root crops such as carrots, beetroot and potatoes. Cut down asparagus to near ground level.

Head to our blog for more October gardening advice.

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