Successive sowing allows for multiple harvests.
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Sowing for a Long Harvest

We love a staggered harvest to sustain us throughout the seasons. This can occur thanks to successive sowing, where we plant small amounts of seeds every two to three weeks over a couple of months for continuous crops. Not every plant is suited for successive sowing but check out our suggestions below for varieties compatible with this practice.

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Vit Corn Salad Mache

Quick sprouting and mild tasting, great for containers.

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French Breakfast

Enjoy sliced and raw, adding bite to any dish.

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Esmee Organic

This cool-season arugula adds loft to salads.

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Hakurei

A staff favourite with excellent flavour.

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Purple Top White Globe

Distinctive colour with a mildly sweet taste.

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Wasabi Radish

Spicy Japanese heirloom variety with a strong heat.

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Olympia

Try picking as baby leaf greens or grow to full-sized.

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Black Spanish Round

Winter hardy heirloom, well-suited for storage.

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Rainbow Blend

Enjoy this medley of colourful carrots.

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Start Seeds in June

There are plenty of varieties you can start this month for a fall or winter harvest. Visit the link below for the list.

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Successive Sowing Flowers

Sow both flower and vegetable seeds to extend your garden's bloom time. See our blog post below for recommendations.

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