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Getting chilly in the mornings! Question, what does everyone plant around this time? Interested to see individual preferences.

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Comment by Roger Clark on May 9, 2019 at 20:00

oh yeah, and spuds as well.

Comment by Roger Clark on May 9, 2019 at 19:58

I've got to make space for my cool season crops by pulling out all the ginger and turmeric. I've got some late season pumpkins french ones - these get fruit fly in them in summer, so I hope they might be OK in these cooler times, also I've got beetroot, snow peas, tomatoes, garlic, dwarf beans, leeks, parsley, coriander, trombochino, and in a very sunny spot some Italian fryer capsicums. When I get my ginger etc, cleared I have brassicas to go in. Cabbage, Broccolli, Cauliflower, and  Bok Choi.

Comment by Andrew Cumberland on May 8, 2019 at 12:28

What Valerie said pulus Silverbeet and snow peas.  Spuds are in and the garlic.  This is my first year trying carrots.  Tomatoes are an all year thing for me. 

Comment by Valerie on May 8, 2019 at 11:26

And potatoes, garlic, onions. 

Comment by Valerie on May 8, 2019 at 11:26

All brassicas (brocoli, kale...), greens (lettuce, celery, mustard, rocket), roots (carrot, turnip, beetroot), tomatoes, peas (sugar snap, and sweet peas too)


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