What to sow for seedlings in February: a list of vegetables, greens and flowers
Your future harvest directly depends on what you sow in February and what kind of seedlings you get. In the last winter month, it is better to plant mid-season or late-season crops.
If you have not yet decided what kind of harvest you want to see in spring or early summer, OBOZ.UA has prepared a selection of vegetables, herbs and flowers that are worth sowing for seedlings in February.
To get a good harvest, don't forget that when sowing crops in February, you need to accurately calculate the time when you will plant the finished seedlings in the ground. You should also consider the specifics of your climate zone.
If you follow all the rules, you are most likely to get a good harvest with the arrival of heat if you sow in February:
- Peppers (bitter, sweet);
- Watermelon and other melons.
In February, it's time to start replenishing the greens on the windowsill. All you need is a pre-prepared substrate, planting containers, some free time, and proper care.
We recommend planting:
- Green onions;
- Green haulm Beetroot, etc.
It is recommended that the entire soil substrate be calcined or steamed at a temperature of 100 to 130 degrees before sowing flower crops to protect the plants from pathogens. This applies in particular to plants such as: