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When to plant winter vegetables in Canberra

By Brindabella - 7 February 2014 2

Greeting Rioters,

My summer veggie patch is going busters at the moment.  Lots of tomatoes, herbs, corn, zucchinis, eggplant, spinach and all the other usual suspects.  Having a great time eating from my own garden.

However, it’s got me thinking about the winter crop.  Broccoli, sprouts, beans etc.

When/how is the best time to get these things going?  Any seasoned Canberra veggie growers got some advice?

What’s Your opinion?


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When to plant winter vegetables in Canberra
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neanderthalsis 2:48 pm
07 Feb 14
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Winter is coming…

I usually plant my leeks, onions and cabbage etc at around Easter, depending on whether we have had a decent cool snap.

Check out the planting calendar here: http://www.cogs.asn.au/planting-calendar/

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NathanaelB 7:00 am
11 Feb 14
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Diggers also have a great month-by-month list with direct links to buy seeds, although it seems that many seeds for autumn planting won’t be shipping till late Feb / early March.

http://www.diggers.com.au/tips.aspx

Seems to be predominantly root vegetables, alliums and cabbage.

My summer crop is still in full swing with little room to start sowing the cold season crop just yet!

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