What to plant in Sydney right now (end of Feb / early March)

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What to plant in Sydney right now (end of Feb / early March)

Postby rehab » Sun Feb 26, 2012 5:19 pm

Hi all,

Just as a quick aside, thanks very much for the previous advice on the limes and lemons, they are all doing fantastically!

Can someone point me in the direction of a guide as to what to plant right now in Sydney - fruit and veges?

Many thanks
Rob
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Re: What to plant in Sydney right now (end of Feb / early Ma

Postby Chip » Mon Feb 27, 2012 10:25 am

Fennel and Leeks are my favourite winter vege. Then all your root vege like carrots, swedes, diakon, parsnips, turnips etc. Onions and garlic need to be going in now too. Good luck!
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Re: What to plant in Sydney right now (end of Feb / early Ma

Postby Coustralee » Thu Mar 01, 2012 1:35 am

when it cools off and i have some extra space ill be putting in broccoli, asian vegies, snow peas, broad beans.
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Re: What to plant in Sydney right now (end of Feb / early Ma

Postby rehab » Thu Mar 01, 2012 4:37 am

Thanks very much, I will get these started this weekend if the rain permits!
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Re: What to plant in Sydney right now (end of Feb / early Ma

Postby goldbullion » Thu Mar 01, 2012 10:33 pm

Add to that celery, silverbeet, cauliflower and Chicory/radicchio.
http://www.gardenate.com is a useful when-to-plant guide.
Too early for onions unless they are spring onion type. Garlic: best end of March onwards (equinox)
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