March fruit and veg with Monty
From planting raspberries to trialling different potato varieties for containers - Monty shares some fruit and veg jobs for March
You may have started sowing some crops in the first two months of the year, but it's in March that things in the fruit and veg garden start to pick up some pace. Watch these BBC Gardeners' World clips to discover some of Monty's fruit and veg jobs for the month.
More fruit and veg advice:
Monty is in his new fruit garden planting the summer-fruiting raspberry 'Glen Ample'. He explains how to create the best soil conditions, how to plant and mulch the canes, and how to tie them in so they are supported as they grow.
Potatoes in containers
If you don't have space to plant potatoes in the ground, or the soil is too cold, you can still get good harvests in pots. Monty trials three different types of container for his first early potatoes to see which produces the best crop.
Planting out spinach and rocket
Monty's spinach and rocket plugs that he's grown from seed are ready to go in the raised vegetable beds. In this short clip, he shows how to plant out these cool weather crops, offering tips on spacing, drainage and watering.