Find out what to plant in January with our seasonal list of flowers, fruit, vegetables and seeds. These can be ordered now for sowing, growing and harvesting over the coming months!
Antirrhinum needs a long growth period before flowering so sow in a propagator now for good results.
Laurentia (Isotoma) make fantastic container plants for the summer.
Try growing your own Lobelia for bedding, containers and hanging baskets.
Pansies can be started off indoors now, for a colourful summer display.
Sweet Peas can be started in gentle heat now.
Try growing something exotic to lift winter blues - why not grow the Bird of Paradise plant (Strelitzia reginae) from seed?
Herbs are easy to grow on your windowsill and provide fresh greens all year round.
Start chitting (sprouting) first early potatoes on a windowsill indoors.
Try growing strawberry plants under cover to get an early crop this summer.
Sow hardy Broad Bean 'Aquadulce Claudia' outdoors (if the ground isn't frozen).
It's suprisingly easy to grow your own mushrooms - try gorwing a mushroom log in your garden or alternatively grow some indoors using mushroom kits.