Artichokes: Seed of the Green Globe may be sown now and large plants obtained by spring. The seed-bed requires to be shaded.
Bush beans, beets, pole beans, carrots, celery, endive, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard, Black Spanish and Rose China radishes, parsley, turnips, rutabagas, and salad plants of all kinds may now be sown. The seed should be sown on small ridges, adaptable to the kind of plants, for level culture is not successful in the vegetable garden in this section.
Broccoli should be more grown, for it is hardier than the cauliflower. Many cannot tell the difference between the two. Sow now.
Cabbages must be sown by the middle of the month. Make the ground very rich and shade the seed-bed, keeping it moist during the whole of the time.
Cauliflower should also be sown.
Potatoes, Irish, should be planted by the middle of the month, if possible. Plant only those that have sprouted, and instead of planting on top of the ridge set in the furrow and cover 2 in. deep; as the potatoes grow, work more soil down to them.
Salsify: Sow now or early next month.
Shallots: Plant them now.
Squash: Bush kinds may be planted now at any time.
Sweet-potatoes: Vines may still be set out, with prospects of harvesting a fair crop.
Tomatoes: If short of plants, cut off good-sized limbs from bearing plants and plant them deep. Keep them moist, and they will root in a few days. Do this just before it rains.
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