Facebook Post: 2020-03-18T18:32:25

If you’ve got a garden or a bit of space with some potential, gardening is great for your mental health, as proven by science. We could be in this for the long haul and we’ll need both our mental health and something to eat with pasta so…


PLANT: Garlic cloves and seedlings of celery, kale, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, winter lettuce, silverbeet, spring and salad onion, chives and leeks.

SOW: Beetroot, carrot and parsnip early in March only. Then turnip, English spinach, broadbeans, peas (frost-free districts only), Asian leaf and root vegetables, spring and salad onions, lettuce and into vacant beds, green manure crops.


PLANT: Garlic cloves and seedlings of salad and spring onions, late leeks, winter lettuce, silverbeet, mini-cauliflower, broccoli, potatoes (early, frost-free districts only) and green manure crops.

SOW: Spring and salad onions, English spinach, Japanese turnip, broadbeans and Asian cabbages and root crops.

…says Peter Cundall on https://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2008/07/07/2296755.htm

Note this is for our Tasmanian climate and appropriate almost nowhere else. Better lists exist. Feel free to post them in the comments if you read this far.

The linked article is old too, but the headline checks out…






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