Brisbane Local Food

Growing local

I was a bit feral over the Summer months and I planted stuff that did not appreciate the heat.

In an attempt to rejoin civilisation, I wondered what was de riguer to plant now here in SEQ.

Lover of Dirt offers this list. LofD is a blog you should follow.Go to page for details and notes.

Amaranth
Broad Beans
Broccoli
Cauliflower
Carrot
Chives
Leeks
Lettuce
Cabbage
Mustard Greens
Kale
Celery
Dill
Beans ❆
Spring Onions
Pak Choy
Parsley
Oregano
Kohlrabi
Florence Fennel
Endive
Rosella
Swiss Chard
Sunflowers
Cucumber ❆
Tomatoes ❆
Peas★
Snow Peas★
Beetroot
Radish
Potatoes❆
Onion
Turnips
Swedes
Coriander★
Horseradish★
Garlic

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I even subscribed.  Thanks.  

I moved the thread to "websites to visit".  I'd move my damn pressure cooker thread as well but I did it originally as a photo and I can't move a photo.  

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