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Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp, IndyStar contributor Published 11:00 a.m. ET July 8, 2018
Young amethyst blooming bean plants braid up cord in midsummer.(Photo: Captivating Ablaze Photos/Dreamstime.com)
Still athirst for a aliment garden? There’s affluence of time to sow seeds anon in a garden or in pots and still adore a autumn this season.
If you’re a accomplished and accomplished gardener, you acceptable already apperceive you can still sow vegetable and assemble seeds in July. And again there are those of us who aloof got a backward alpha on the season. If you accept alone a balcony, patio or porch, you can abound a lot of these in pots.
Beginning gardeners may not apprehend they can sow blooming beans, corn, cucumbers, summer and winter squash, melons and added in summer. Cucumbers and blooming beans can be developed on a filigree to add comestible acme in the garden. It additionally takes beneath amplitude to accept vining plants abound up than aisle forth the ground.
Start a beginning accumulation of basil by sowing a few seeds in a pot. (Photo: Photo Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp)
In containers, abound carrots, radishes, backcountry cucumber and potatoes. In addition six weeks, you can sow seeds for lettuces and added greens, and bulb seedlings of broccoli and added cool-season vegetables.
In pots or in the ground, seeds of basil, dill and cilantro are amid the anniversary herbs that can be sown now for autumn in a few weeks.
Garden centers may still accept seeds in stock, or attending at online merchants. Urban Farmer Seeds (ufseeds.com) in Westfield has abounding of these seeds, which can be ordered online.
Sowing berry anon agency you bulb the seeds appropriate in the soil. The berry packets usually acquaint you how abysmal to bulb the berry and whether it needs to be covered with soil. Some seeds charge ablaze to germinate while others don’t.
Sow seeds for carrots in summer for a backward abatement harvest. (Photo: Photo Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp)
Sowing seeds, abnormally this time of year, is actual easy. For one thing, the clay is warm, which encourages speedier germination. And some aboriginal division pests are no best a bother.
Of course, the seeded breadth has to be watered (use a showerhead nozzle) until and afterwards germination. Once the plants accept their aboriginal set of accurate leaves, alpha fertilizing, according to characterization directions. Within several weeks, you’ll accept beginning batches of herbs and vegetables to enjoy.
Jo Ellen Meyers Sharp (hoosiergardener.com) is carnality admiral of Garden Writers Association and co-author of “The Indiana Gardener’s Guide.” Write to her at P.O. Box 20310, Indianapolis, IN 46220-0310, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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