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WINTER VEGGIES PART 2 - WHAT TO PLANT

Posted on 2 June 2016
Two days into Winter, and there's no doubt about it, the season is well and truly upon us. If you were pro activate through Autumn, at the moment you'll find yourself reaping the rewards of Winter's first harvest.

Alas, never fear if your patch is looking more pruned and plain than primped and plump, there's still time to get planting for a flourishing Winter harvest.

As Australia's Winter temperatures can vary greatly from fine to frosty it is important to note your growing zone and plant accordingly.

All Zones

Broad beans, lettuce, asparagus, broccoli, garlic, raddish, mint

TEMPERATE Adelaide, Coastal NSW, Perth

Broccoli, cabbage, chives, peas, spinach, Chinese greens

COLD Melbourne, Tasmania, Canberra + cool highlands

Cauliflower, brussel sprouts, leek, onion

WARM- South East QLD + Northern NSW

spinach, lettuce, dill, celery, beetroot, carrot

TROPICAL Northern Territory, North Queensland + Western Australia

Basil, capsicum, cucumber, eggplant, peas, tomatoes

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