August is the time to bring out seed catalogues and start to envision what the garden will look like in the summer. Exciting! This year I am ordering my seeds and seedlings from Diggers, and I would highly recommend it to those looking for quality organic and heirloom seeds. Give your garden a strong and natural start!
On to the planting/planning list, graciously provided by Gardenate.
Asparagus by Bianca
Where: sow in garden, or plant as crowns; frost tender
Harvest: from 24 months (!!!) Continue reading What to plant in August around Sydney (temperate zone)
July means winter around here (it’s still hard for me to get used to this), so we are looking at winter crops of mostly roots and thick leafy greens. July’s list is similar to what to plant in June, except as the cold rainy days move in, more tender vegetables move out. June’s list featured 12 brave winter vegetables, where as July brings in only 9. Oh well, we could be under layers of snow, I suppose :).
Descanso Gardens – Autumn 2009 by Rockin Robin
Where: Sow in garden
Harvest: from August – September Continue reading What to plant in July around Sydney (temperate zone)