'Get planting now!’ Best plants and vegetables to grow in July – ‘easy to plant’

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'Get planting now!’ Best plants and vegetables to grow in July – ‘easy to plant’

The benefits of grabbing those gardening gloves this July are manifold.July is the optimum time to start gardening as both soil and air temperature

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The benefits of grabbing those gardening gloves this July are manifold.

July is the optimum time to start gardening as both soil and air temperatures are high, days are longer and warmer, and light levels are better.

But despite it being a great time for growth, gardening enthusiasts should be particularly mindful during this typically warm month.

Daisy explained: “In July we hope for that summer sun, so if the weather lives up to this expectation it’s really important to make sure all your plants and crops are getting good amounts of water.”

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It’s a good thing July is set to be a scorcher, as gardeners may find themselves in their gardens watering more frequently than in rainier months.

But even extremely busy horticulturalists can enjoy gardening this month with a few low maintenance options.

Daisy said: “Some vegetables are known for not needing too much looking after to make your life as easy as possible when it comes to gardening – try growing kale and carrots.

“But let’s not forget about flowers, there has been a huge uplift in people wanting to attract wildlife and let it thrive in their gardens.

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“So if your garden needs some colour, get planting now!”

And those who do not have gardens needn’t feel left out.

She added: “The best thing is that all of this can be done in window boxes or small spaces, as well as gardens and larger outdoor spaces!”

Daisy Payne has partnered with Birds Eye with an aim to help increase biodiversity through sustainable farming practices.

They have also introduced initiatives such as planting 75 acres of wildflowers.



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