This month is going to be mainly about weed control. The sowing and planting calendar is relatively quiet, a lot of it having already happened, so I'll be getting on top of the weeds and have to admit that I've done precious little weeding so far this year (save for our massive nettle massacre and heavy duty mulching to control our wilderness areas).
Other than that, I will be sowing more lettuces, basil and some sweetcorn.
I'm also experimenting with melons this year, having taken note about how melons are grown in proper melon houses that we saw on a visit to the Lost Gardens of Heligan last year. We're trying a supposedly hardy variety called the Minnesota Midget - a small fruiting, but very tasty melon. I'll keep you updated on how this one goes.
I will also be planting out my celeriac (above), more tomatoes and my chilli peppers.
I only do chilli peppers once every few years and then dry them and they last for ages. This year we're trying a variety called 'Nigel's Outdoor Chillis' (above). We'll be growing some in the greenhouse and will be trying some outside. Be interesting to see how well they do.