Asked by: Mai Artosasked in category: General Last Updated: 17th January, 2020
Can I plant carrots in February?
Similarly, what vegetables can be planted in February?
In the cold frame/under clochesSow broad beans, carrots, parsnips, early beetroot, salad onions, lettuces, radish, peas, spinach and summer cabbages outside under cloches, if you have light (sandy) soil and live in a mild part of the UK.
Furthermore, what bulbs are good to plant in February UK? Take a look at our pick of five beautiful bulbs to plant in February, for masses of summer flowers, below.
Also question is, what can you plant in February?
Other vegetables to start in February include lettuce varieties, chard and eggplant. February is a good time to start cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and cabbage. Start summer squash when you start the pepper and tomato plants. Plant cucumber seeds during the last week in February.
When Should carrots be planted?
Learn When to Plant CarrotsIn the spring, sow carrot seeds in fertile, well-worked soil about two weeks before your last frost date. In cool climates, continue planting every three weeks until midsummer. In summer, begin sowing seeds for fall and winter carrots 10 to 12 weeks before your average first fall frost.