Garden Calendar
Arno King

This time of the year is the best to be in the garden – rain is still plentiful but not heavy, the ground is warm and moist, and the worst of the heat is over. Plants are flourishing and gardens 'look a picture'.
It's a great time to get back into the garden and undertake the major plantings for the year. Existing plantings can be renovated – digging and dividing some of the best performing plants to develop some inspirational areas of mass planting. There are still more months of rain ahead and plants will be well established by the time the drier weather of late winter and spring arrives.

The article looks at:

  • Vegetable Garden
  • Annuals
  • Shadehouse
  • Pond

Special information is also provided for:

  • Vegetable planting schedule for Feb, Mar and Apr
    for subtropics and tropics
  • Annual planting schedule for Feb, Mar and Apr


From a 7 page Feature Article in Issue Twenty Six
Leafy vegetables.
Toothache plant (Acmella paniculata prev. Spilanthes acmella).
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