Added by on 2018-06-23

Gardening ideas for what to do in the garden and allotment during the month of June. Check out my blog FIND ME AT… * YouTube * Instagram * Twitter * Patreon * Facebook Group * Facebook Profile © Sean James Cameron #gardening, #allotment, #seanjamescameron, #garden, #cottagegarden, #gardeningforbeginners, #newallotment, #startinganallotment, #gardeninghintsandtips Related PostsVegetable Gardening Tasks for July in the Kitchen GardenVegetable Gardening Tasks for August in the Kitchen GardenContainer Garden Harvest Update June 6th Lettuce Tomato Kale Vegetable Gardening Raised BedVegetable gardening jobs for June – Which? GardeningKitchen Gardening Overview | Beginning Vegetable Gardening April-2016 (Urdu/hindi)June Garden Tour| SUMMER VEGETABLE GARDEN

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  • Wendy Eames 6 months ago

    Do you ever have trouble with transplant shock with cucumbers? I've heard vining type plants have issues but I'm planning for my fall garden & it's too hot to start plants from seed in the ground where I live (Texas).

  • G.P Strating 6 months ago

    I'm growing St Piere tomato's this year

  • Patricia Nunez 6 months ago

    I loved that video Sean. Isn't it the best time of the year? Everything flourishing. Looking forward to the next video. Take care.

  • Maud Schoenaker 6 months ago

    Thanks Sean that was a nice mix of activities and plants to watch. You seem more relaxed too. Hope that's how you're feeling.

  • 50 shades of green 6 months ago

    hi Sean !! i was shouting at the screen when you planted the shark fin melon………lol NO DON'T PLANT IT………….LOL i agree with muddybootz "Nigel" this is the video you want to look at for inspiration on the railway garden allotment !! 50yrs of gardeners world live. WOW !!

  • MLissCA 6 months ago

    What size is your lovely greenhouse? Is it all glass or polycarbonate?

  • Albion Spitteler 6 months ago

    Haha the infamous shark fin

    Nice video, enjoyable watch

  • 10 80 6 months ago

    great video

  • Karen Nicholson 6 months ago

    you can root that tomato cutting you took off

  • Nebraska Dave 6 months ago

    Sean, I always like to look back and see the progress or not from the years past. This year I've but back on my garden because of life and family needs. I still am dabbling in the dirt but just not as big as last year. I'm mostly into weed control for this year. I have hopes of being up to speed next year again.

    Have a great allotment transition and life slow down day.

    Nebraska Dave

  • Tracey Clark 6 months ago

    Hi Sean thank you for the video, lovely harvest .

  • Steve Flitton 6 months ago

    Love your video. Sean, I'm a bit mystified as to why you didn't tie your tomatoes to the cane to stop it breaking off. They soon get top heavy. A great tip about searching for slugs and snails between your trays and pots. It's surprising what hides there. Lovely cauliflower!

  • Linda Penney 6 months ago

    Awesome update Sean and blessings

  • K's allotment garden may 9th 2017 Parker 6 months ago

    Hi Sean great video, I've had my plot for 4yrs now and try to grow as many tomato verity as I can . I'm growing money maker sun gold plum tiny Tim beef stake and black opal . All going well . I m taking advice on the celery I think last year they didn't have enough water so this year I should have a better crop . Thank you

  • Jackie Binkley 6 months ago

    Love, love, loved it!

  • dot thomas 6 months ago

    Liked the ending with Monty Don Thanks for sharing your vegetable harvest

  • Anne Hughes 6 months ago

    What a difference this June is to last year, just shows how late everything is this year. 🙂