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 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 GARDENKitchen Gardening Overview | Beginning Vegetable Gardening August-2016 (Urdu/hindi)

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  • Wendy Eames 4 weeks 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 4 weeks ago

    I'm growing St Piere tomato's this year

  • Patricia Nunez 4 weeks 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 4 weeks 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 4 weeks 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 4 weeks ago

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

  • Albion Spitteler 4 weeks ago

    Haha the infamous shark fin

    Nice video, enjoyable watch

  • 10 80 4 weeks ago

    great video

  • Karen Nicholson 4 weeks ago

    you can root that tomato cutting you took off

  • Nebraska Dave 4 weeks 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 4 weeks ago

    Hi Sean thank you for the video, lovely harvest .

  • Steve Flitton 4 weeks 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 4 weeks ago

    Awesome update Sean and blessings

  • K's allotment garden may 9th 2017 Parker 4 weeks 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 4 weeks ago

    Love, love, loved it!

  • dot thomas 4 weeks ago

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

  • Anne Hughes 4 weeks ago

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