There's still quite a lot of root veg that can be harvested during February, including brussels sprouts, leeks and parsnips. It's also a good time of year to get ready for spring and plan a crop rotation system for your veg patch.
After the winter months, gardeners and growers welcome the first signs of spring. In March there's still plenty to harvest and you can also start planting out veg such as early potatoes, broad beans and beetroot if the soil is warm enough. We're sharing gardening tips and recipes to help you celebrate the start of the new season.
Spring is in full swing and gardeners and growers are busy tending their veg patches and gathering delicious crops including early, unforced rhubarb, which is one of our favourite vegetables. We're sharing our tips on how to grow, harvest and cook rhubarb.
June is a high point in UK gardens. The first spring-sown crops are finally ready to harvest and fruit bushes are dripping with jewels. Strawberries, cucumber, spinach and courgettes are among the fruit and veg coming into season.
As the nights get longer and the days get colder, we're looking at what fruit and veg you can buy or harvest in October. From hearty stews to warming soups, we've also got plenty of delicious recipes using fresh and seasonal produce.
Potatoes, red cabbage, carrots and cauliflower are just some of the fresh produce you can get in November. We've got tips on buying and harvesting seasonal vegetables and delicious recipes to use them in.
Celebrate the festive season with warming dishes packed full of goodness. Sprouts, cabbages, potatoes, leeks, pears and cranberries are just some of the tasty fruit and veg you can harvest or buy in December. Our gardening tips and recipes will help you make the most of this fresh produce.