What is transplanted into the field in June

What is transplanted into the field in June

June is one of the months in which the climate in most of Italy is ideal for the vegetable garden: in fact we are not yet in the hottest period, which will arrive shortly in July and August, but we have now left the cold behind us and even at night there is no risk of frosts that could put the cultivated plants in difficulty.

For this you can put most of the vegetables in the ground and therefore it is the choice of seedlings that can be transplanted now is very wide.

If you have not grown the vegetable plants in the seedbed in the previous months, this year you can make up for it by buying them ready-made in any nursery.

The month of June between sowing and transplanting

If you want to start gardening this month it will certainly be convenient for you to start transplanting most of the crops, because for many vegetables it would be a bit late to start from the seed, you can then go to a nursery and buy seedlings, preferably organic. If, on the other hand, you have sown the seeds in jars in spring, June may be the right time to put them in the field.

What to plant in June

In June, most crops can be planted in the garden: it is the right month to field cucurbit plants (pumpkins, melons, cucumbers, watermelons, courgettes) and if you have not yet done so also for berry solanaceae ( peppers, hot peppers, tomatoes and eggplant). You can always transplant salads and other leafy vegetables, such as herbs and ribs.

Often in June some spring crops, such as salads, beets or legumes such as broad beans and peas, end their crop cycle, so they can be replaced by transplanting other crops, taking into account the right rotation.

Vegetables that can be transplanted

Chili Peppers

Melon

Watermelon

Aubergine

Zucchini

Basil

Sweet pepper

Tomato

Lettuce

Beans

Chard from ribs

Parsley

Pumpkins

Broccoli

Hood

Cauliflower

Celery

Soncino

Cucumbers

Spinaches

Herbs

Okra

Beets

The cabbage

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