March heralds the return of spring with him and post-planting are back. A short guide to forget nothing

Even if your garden has continued to produce and that harvests continue in March , it is time to prepare for the spring and summer coming. Also, gardeners, the sowing and planting will not fail, in parallel with routine work of the garden this month. Do not forget to sow / plant directly in the ground:

Garlic : Plant it now to be able to harvest this year. If you wait longer, you must wait until the following year.
Asparagus: seeding is difficult and not always accurate, it is better to move towards the planting of so-called asparagus crowns (corresponding to the root system of asparagus future). This perennial will remain in place for several years, it is better to prepare the ground before the host.
Beetroot: it is possible to sow the first beets provided good cover. You can thus choose between tunnel, forcing bell or chassis.


Carrots: Carrots are sown in March also. Choose early varieties to plant this month.
Cabbage: Cabbage various summer begin to appear in the vegetable garden. The former can be cauliflower in the ground after germinating in hot, broccoli and red cabbage can also be sown. If temperatures remain mostly below 10 ° C, it is important to cover everything.
Shallot: Plant the bulbs in a light soil to prevent them from rotting. Like garlic, plant this month, after it is too late.
Spinach: sow spinach hasty yields of crops before the arrival of summer vegetables. It is also possible to use green manure, although a little late for that now.
Beans / peas : If you have not already planted your beans, do so now to prevent them from not too far behind. As for the cabbage, cover if temperatures are still low.
Lettuce: you can start planting your lettuce outdoors by choosing hardy varieties. Spread your seedlings so that they do not get simultaneous harvest.
Turnips: turnips are forcing early vegetables under glass in March.
Onion: Plant the bulbs of onions last March.
Parsnips: Parsnips are sown the rustic direct buried in March. Keep in mind that the parsnips are very long in the ground and the parcel can not be free for other vegetables this year.
Leek: it is possible to sow in the ground or transplanting leeks early you would have germinated inside.
Potato: if you have your pre-germinated potatoes last month, then you should have tubers with sprouts of 2-3 cm long. Plant them so, germ up in land and personal property free of all stones.
Rutabaga: the cabbage family, rutabaga is sown in March too. Prefer the cover of a bell forcing to optimize germination.
Rhubarb : planting seedlings in the garden rhubarb in March for some crops this year. Be careful not to underestimate the space around the plant very exuberant!

Also prepare your future plantations by sowing indoors. terrine or buckets , the choice is free, but read the pros and cons of each method. Therefore, sow:

Eggplant: prefer a bowl heated to get them to germinate this capricious. Under good conditions it will take you about 2 weeks of germination.
Broccoli: space for your crops, continue to sow broccoli, which will join those from the garden when they have 2-4 leaves.
Celery (branch and root): too chilly to be planted outside, they will put up a container but unheated indoor.
Kohlrabi: as for celery, cabbage turnip is sown indoors in a soil whose temperature is between 15 and 20 ° C.
Cabbage variety: prepare your garden by planting your cabbage at different dates (weekly rhythm is correct).
Cucumbers and gherkins: watch out because they germinate quickly they gain momentum and transplanting will be difficult. Replant as soon as they have 2-4 leaves.
Fennel: as for celery, fennel sow indoors in March
And chili pepper: sow in pot heated over 20 degrees to germinate. The first seeds should start to appear after two weeks.
Tomato: sow your tomatoes indoors so they are ready for transplanting by May.