1) Sow Calabrese, Pickling Onions and Garlic. - Brocolli can now be sown outside. Pickling onions can be sown. Shallots can have a dressing of fertilizer whilst hoeing between the rows. Onions planted out in March can now have a fertilizer dressing. Garlic can be planted.
2) Look to Your Frames. - Ridge cucumbers can now be sown. Ordinary cucumbers can be sown in frames. Celery is ideal for growing in cold frames.
3) Plant First Leeks. - It states there are two ways of growing leeks, planting in holes or in trenches 6 inches deep.
4) Cutting Asparagus. -
5) Sow Maincrop Beet. -
6) Earth-up Potatoes; Prepare Marrow Beds. -
7) Bark Ring Fruit Trees. -
8) Hunt Gooseberry Pests. -
9) Sow, Plant and Hoe. - Keep up with successional sowings. Celeriac seedlings need pricking out. Shallots should be dressed with fertilizer. Prepare the sites where your outdoor tomatoes are to grow. Thin salsify to 6 inches. Plant out parsley. Hoe around the base of fruit trees and bushes to keep weeds at bay.