Gardening Guide Mediterranean Climate

July Gardening Guide – Mediterranean Climate

July Gardening Guide – Mediterranean Climate Cold soil now means slower vegetable growth. Most deciduous trees are now dormant and leafless, ready for winter pruning, planting or transplanting. In frost-prone areas, it’s time to take a break from planting out and instead peruse the seed and plant catalogues with spring in mind. If you have a sheltered… View more

Ripe Mandarins in Adelaide, South Australia

June Gardening Guide – Mediterranean Climate

June Gardening Guide – Mediterranean Climate (Image Credit: Paul Goodsell) Adelaide is cooling down now after what seemed a brief autumn, and the outlook suggests we’re likely to have a wet winter. After that though, we appear to be leading into the El Nino pattern of a hot dry spring and summer. All this means that… View more

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