Spring is fast approaching. Pending the arrival of nice weather, go to the vegetable garden to plant these delicious vegetables March† So, advice to green hands and novice gardeners, here is the list of sowing and planting of the month.
- Carrot (seedling)
- Chives and parsley (seedlings)
- Radish (seedling)
- Eggplant (seedlings under cover)
- Celery (sowing under shelter)
- Cabbage (sowing under shelter)
- Lettuce (sowing under shelter)
- Tomato (sowing under shelter)
- Paprika (sowing under shelter)
- Leek (seedling under shelter)
- Garlic (plantation)
- shallot (plantation)
- Onion (plantation)
- Potato (plantation)
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What to sow in March in the vegetable garden?
In March, you can sow eggplants intended for repotting under shelter. For this you need a large container (with holes if possible). Place small pebbles or clay balls at the bottom and cover them with potting soil. Then spread your seeds, add a thin layer of soil and spray. Thin out regularly and put in pots as soon as the plants start to grow. Eggplants are planted in the spring. 
March is also the time to sow carrots to harvest them this summer. This vegetable needs cool, humus-rich, well-drained soil. After preparing the soil, space the rows 30 cm apart and sow the seeds in grooves about 2 cm deep. Thin regularly so that only the most resistant plants are preserved. Water, hoe and mulch in June. 
March is also the time to sow celery in boxes under shelter or at home. Following the same steps as for eggplants, sprinkle your celery seeds into your punctured container, cover lightly with soil and spray. The plants are transplanted into pots and kept warm while they get used to the weather outside. 
For example, you can start sowing head cabbage in February if you put it under a roof. Now is the time to put your hands on the floor. To do this, follow the same steps as for eggplant and celery. Transplanting is done when the plants have between 3 and 5 leaves. 
Chives and parsley
March to April is also the time to plant chives and parsley. You can put it directly in the ground (climate conditions permitting) or in boxes. If you choose the first option (the easiest in our opinion), simply sow the seeds in grooves 5 to 10 cm deep and space them about 10 cm apart. In fine rain cover with soil and water. 
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If you are looking for which vegetables to plant in March, lettuce is a must! You can sow the seeds under cover in a line in a groove about 1 cm deep or scatter in a certain space. Be careful, this vegetable needs a lot of water to flower, so don’t forget to water it regularly. 
What to plant in March? Early tomato varieties that are first grown under shelter. To do this, prepare your container by mixing potting soil and sand. Then sow the tomatoes and cover with a sheet of soil. It is necessary to wait two weeks after emergence to transplant the tomatoes into individual pots. As a reminder, tomatoes need water and heat to thrive, so water them and grow them warm, such as at home in a sunny room or conservatory.
The ideal time to sow leeks is from March to May for a harvest in the fall (due to milder temperatures). Follow the same steps for sowing as for vegetables grown under a shelter. Once the container is prepared, make grooves 1cm deep, spaced at least 5cm apart and sow your seeds. Finally, cover with a thin layer of potting soil and gently tamp. 
You can sow the peppers from March to April for a summer harvest. It is best to sow it covered in pots and keep it at a temperature between 20 and 25°C for 2 to 3 months. Then transplant these young plants into the ground, in a pot or planter that is 60 cm deep and 30 cm high… and wait for them to grow. 
What to plant in March in the vegetable garden? Radishes for example. To avoid any risk of frost, sow them under cover. In addition, know that these little veggies also love planters (for more information, see here). For successful seeding, choose a punctured container and place clay pebbles or small pebbles to aid drainage. It remains only to lay the ground, sow a seed every 2 cm and cover with a thin layer of soil. Water and dilute regularly. 
What to plant in March in the vegetable garden?
You can plant garlic in the fall (October to November) or in the spring (March to April). So now it’s time to get started. Plants can be planted in the open ground in the vegetable garden or in pots on the terrace or balcony. In both cases, remember to drain the soil well by placing clay balls or small stones at the bottom of the planting hole. Once this is done, dig line grooves about 3cm deep, spaced 15cm apart and 30cm apart for the rows. Arrange the clove with the tip (ie the sprout) up so that it is flush with the surface of the soil. Finally, cover with soil and water. 
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The shallot is planted from January to April. You can plant it in the ground, place the bulbs about every 25 cm (with 30 cm between the rows) or in a flower box. Count a maximum of 7 shallots for a 40 cm wide container. The latter technique is simpler, especially in terms of maintenance. Just water the plants and wait a few months. 
Potatoes are generally sown between March and April and harvested two to three months after planting, depending on the variety. It is advisable to germinate tubers in a cool, bright place. On D-day, dig a 15 cm deep groove and place the tuber every 30 to 40 cm in the bottom of the hole, with the sprout facing up. Then cover with unpacked soil. Remember to water well after emergence to avoid heat stroke. Finally up the hill when the plants are about eight inches high. 
Onions intended for preservation are planted in late February to early April. To do this, simply dig planting holes about 1cm deep and space them at least 10cm apart. The further apart the furrows are, the more room the onions will have to grow. Remember to thin out regularly to promote the growth of the most resistant plants. Allow about six months between sowing and harvesting. 
There you go, you now know what to plant in the vegetable garden in March. And if you’re interested, here are 10 vegetables that are easy to grow in the vegetable garden for beginners.