Sowing and harvest calendar


Harvesting fruits and vegetables in greenhouses is possible! We have concocted a sowing and harvesting calendar to help you in your vegetable garden all year round.



When spring and the “official” planting season have arrived, your crop choices are vast. Sow tender plants like melons, cucumbers and squash inside your greenhouse; you can then transplant them in the summer. It is necessary for these plants to have a warm environment and at least 8 hours of sun per day to survive.

On their side, pepper, basil, and zucchini come out the end of their nose.


Once the summer sun begins to warm your greenhouse, it’s time to grow heat-loving plants, such as eggplants, tomatoes or peppers.

Be careful, the goal is not to cook your vegetables either, it is best to opt for a hot air evacuation system in your greenhouse; for example, the thermostatic cylinders of the Helio greenhouses.

This ventilation also allows pollinating insects to come into the greenhouse. To attract them, we advise you to add thyme, basil and rosemary to your greenhouse.


In autumn, the heat decreases and the cold weather slowly returns. It’s time to give way to cold season vegetables. You can start sowing winter vegetables such as lamb’s lettuce, winter salads, winter spinach, black radishes or leeks, for example.


In winter, you can sow frost-resistant plants like spinach, lettuce and broccoli in your greenhouse. These plants can handle low temperatures and can be planted 3-4 weeks before your last frost date, in ground that is not frozen or in seed trays.


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