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December in the tropical garden by Kathleen Hosking, Mackay, QLD of Solution Focused WHAT TO PLANT? Not a lot of planting in the garden this month. The weather is heating up and scorches new plants. There is enough to do in the general garden without looking after seedlings in this period of disruption and fun that… View more
December Gardening Guide – Mediterranean Climate with Pip’s Adelaide correspondent Nadja Osterstock Summer has started early here, with some serious hot spikes, strong winds and a devastating early bushfire north of Adelaide. In suburban gardens, water, shade and timing are everything. Fruit ripens quickly in the heat and needs steady watering and close attention… View more
December in the cool temperate garden by Christina Giudici, Hobart, TAS of Food In My Back Yard WHAT TO PLANT? You can plant just about anything in December! As you harvest garlic and leeks, use the space for sequential plantings of lettuce, rocket, adian greens, carrots, beetroot, celery, silver beet, more leeks, salad onions. We tend not to… View more
Kunara Organic Marketplace 30 Mons Rd, Forest Glen, QLD 4556 Tel: 07 5445 6440 Facebook | Website WHO ARE WE? We made our beginnings as a humble roadside stall 25 years ago and have grown to be the Southern hemispheres largest organic supermarket. We now include an organic café and garden centre that specializes in Australian… View more
November in the cool temperate garden by Christina Giudici, Hobart, TAS of Food In My Back Yard WHAT TO PLANT? Pretty much all the summer vegies are good to go now that November is underway and the soil has warmed up well. As you clear out broad beans and peas, in go hungry things like sweet corn,… View more
November in the tropical garden by Kathleen Hosking, Mackay, QLD of Solution Focused WHAT TO PLANT? Plant capsicum and eggplant to get them established before the strong winds and rain of the wet season. Snake beans grow well in the wet season. There are climbing and dwarf varieties. Harvest the beans when they are still… View more
November Gardening Guide – Mediterranean Climate with Pip’s Adelaide correspondent Nadja Osterstock It’s been a dry spring in Adelaide so far, and with the current El Nino pattern we expect more of the same. However, with plenty of supplementary watering, spring growth is coming along beautifully, and flowers seem to be more profuse than ever…. View more