How early can you garden?

Most vegetables are planted in spring (from March to May), although some, such as broad beans and sweet peas, can be sown in autumn. If you plant tender vegetables such as pumpkins, courgettes and tomatoes indoors with heat, you'll need to acclimate them to outside temperatures before planting them in their permanent positions. Most vegetables are planted in the spring months, between March and May. Some vegetables can be planted early or late in the year, especially if you plant vegetables indoors before planting them outside. You can start the planting process on a window sill or in an unheated greenhouse, for example.

At the beginning of the month, finish planting warm-season vegetables in the ground. Sow the warm-season crops you plan to grow directly in their place. Continue to thin the seedlings of directly sown crops that were planted earlier. Peas are easy to grow and can be harvested in early summer, making them a welcome early harvest.

You can sow them directly outside, but they're a favorite snack for mice. If this is a problem, plant indoors and plant the plants outside when they reach a height of 15 cm. You can also plant in gutters and transplant the entire row of seedlings into a trench when they are ready. Mowing the lawn is an essential gardening task that should be done once or twice a week during the summer.

But unlike most gardening activities, which are quiet and often almost meditative, the noise levels produced by this particular task can be anxiety-inducing, even with the best lawnmowers.

That's not our idea of an ideal garden.

Lettuce and other fast-germinating salad leaves will give you vegetables in a matter of weeks. Some herbs, such as coriander and parsley, will also be used in progress.