Fruit & vegetable grow calendar

If this year you fancy trying your hand at growing your own produce then one of the first thing’s you’ll need to know is when to sow your seeds. It would be a shame if you bought tomato seeds only to realise you should have planted them months ago.

So to help out a little we’ve put together a grow calendar you can subscribe to that gives you timings for all sorts of fruit & veg.

Currently we only have a calendar for the UK, here’s the URL.

https://microvist.gitlab.io/grow-calendar/gb.ics

For instructions on how to subscribe to calendars see:

Open Source

The code for this project is open source, free and unencumbered software released into the public domain.

This means you can poke around at https://gitlab.com/microvist/grow-calendar and help contribute. We’re open to suggestions, corrections and additions of produce we missed or new regions. So if you can help or know any food growing circles please let them know.

2 thoughts on “Fruit & vegetable grow calendar

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  1. What a great resource! I am very new to gardening–tried for the first time last year–and the timing of planting is one thing that I have a hard time wrapping my brain around. I feel like there is so much to learn with growing veggies, so this calendar is a great idea and help!

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    1. Thanks. Last year was my first year growing my own produce and I started a little too late for some things which is one of the reasons I put this together. I didn’t get awful results but I feel much more prepared this year and hopefully that comes with even better results.

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