February, March and April are some of the best months for gardening in warm climates in the southern hemisphere. After months of warm weather and continuous rain, the gardens are lush and green and bursting with growth.
As the weather cools visit some Open Gardens to be inspired. Take notes and photos of elements you like and consider how they might be incorporated in your own garden.
This article addresses the following topics:
- Slop slop slap
- Time to plan
- New plantings
- Groundcovers plants
Special information is provided for:
- Spinach types: European, Abika, Basella, Brazilian, Chaya, Sri Lankan, New Guinea, New Zealand and Surinam
- Planting schedule for February, March and April for subtropics and tropics vegetables
- Flowering plants throughout February, March and April