What Veg Seeds to Sow in January | Easy to Grow Veg & Herbs for a Spring/Early Summer Harvest #56

What Veg Seeds to Sow in January | Easy to Grow Veg & Herbs for a Spring/Early Summer Harvest #56

What vegetable seeds can I sow in January? After the Christmas and New Year Period Vegetable Growers all around the World are always keen to get into the new fruit and vegetables growing season and are itching to start sowing seeds! As winter weather conditions will not suit many vegetables it worth knowing which vegetable seeds you can sow in January to give you a head start and an early harvest in the New Year.

In this video I show you which vegetable I will be sowing in January and provide some ideas and suggestions for what you might think of growing for yourself, to enjoy fresh homegrown organic vegetables all year round!

Here are the links to a few vides on the channel you might find of interest:

10 Veg to Try Growing in 2022 FOR THE VERY FIRST TIME! *Plus FREE 2022 Sowing/Planting Calendar* – https://youtu.be/eblBOBdqIRU

Heated Propagators – Do you really need one? – Plus – Stewart 52cm Propagator Product Review – https://youtu.be/uZxDmCoVK4A

How to Rescue and Save ‘Leggy’ Seedlings (A Step by Step Guide with Useful Tips) – https://youtu.be/-FQdx_1aO9Y

Top Tips for new Allotment Holders & Gardeners – https://youtu.be/sJGTNeQidXw

This channel will help you to learn new techniques for growing fruit and vegetable in a garden or on an allotment and provide some recipes for how to use all of this wonderful fresh produce!

I hope you enjoy the video and if you have any questions or comments in relation to Allotments, Gardens, Vegetables, Fruit, Recipes or any related issues then please leave them below. I will choose a few questions to answer in future videos, so you may get a mention!

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5 Comments

  1. makola1970 on December 22, 2021 at 1:32 pm

    Great tips – thanks

  2. The Allotment Garden and Kitchen on December 22, 2021 at 1:37 pm

    Don’t forget to hit the SUBSCRIBE BUTTON and also the BELL ICON to be notified when each new video is uploaded. I hope you enjoy the videos and let me know if you have any suggestions for future videos. Thank you for watching and let me know what you think of the recipe. Kind regards. Gary

  3. Alan Wooldridge on December 22, 2021 at 1:41 pm

    As always a nicely presented and informative video

  4. Kevin on December 22, 2021 at 1:44 pm

    I start celeriac, peppers tomatoes in January, in my South facing conservatory using grow lights overnight, a propagator to start them off and keep the temperature above 7 degrees C but preferably 10 degrees. I do not let the temperature get too hot or the plants will become leggy even with grow lights, I am not after fast growth till a few months later. Celeriac are very slow until you prick them out. Also onions as per your suggestion.

  5. Rusty Smith on December 22, 2021 at 1:45 pm

    I have a grow light and heat mat set up that I did last year, however I got over excited and went mad sowing thing, which then had to sit in pots for far too long, due to the cold spring. This year I will be starting Peppers/Chillies and Aubergines in January and possibly some brassicas to use the leaves and some spring onions, to go in the GH beds for an early crop.

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