Started planting some lettuces, eggplant, more rocket, coriander (trying it under the lillypillies in hope it doesnt bolt straight to seed), basil.
Already in are onions, leeks, spring onions, chillis, beetroots, carrots, garlic.
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gillymary wrote: My tomatoes have gone wild they are like Jacks bean stalk and just taken over the beds. I am not complaining and I am trying many variations of salads with tomatoes. I companion plant where I can so basil and parsley also happy and so am as they also make lovely inclusion in salads. Kale, rocket, cucumbers, chives corn and my herb bed keep our family in frsh daily salads.
I haven't pulled anything out yet to make way for the next round of planting but need to have me a plan me thinks
Sallyo wrote: My garden this year is the Best! (best for me that is,). The straw bales are so prolific and I am hard pressed to keep up with cucumbers and zucchini. Also beautiful beetroot. And tons of pumpkin fattening up under their huge green leaves. Then there are the raised beds, with the best tomatoes I have ever grown. There are 10 different varieties, mostly heirlooms and they are loaded. We are quite a bit behind you girls in NSW and I have just picked my first tomato. It is from a variety called 'Silver Fir', a Russian variety. I have never picked tomatoes this early before. Mostly it is February and late February at that. It must have something to do with the weather, but also I selected for cold climate varieties. Also I have more basil than I can cope with and Florence fennel. The berries are coming into the house by the bucket load and being packed into the freezer. It's a busy time of year for us.
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