- November-March is hot and humid, with storms and the occasional trough or low if we're lucky
- March-May starts to cool down, still a chance of rain
- May-August is cold, frost overnight and chance of rain, and plenty of woodstove
- August-November warms up and dries out
This year I organised a few series of guests posts on "getting started" and the first one was about growing veges. It was lots of fun reading about the difference gardening styles from lots of different bloggers.
Linda of Witch's Kitchen
Gavin of the Greening of Gavin
Ohio Farmgirl from Adventures in the Goodland
Emma from Craving Fresh
Tanya of Lovely Greens
I've been really happy with my worm farm, so if you're still not convinced, here's a few posts to get you interested....
Composting can be simple!
I'm a worm farmer!
Compost and weed tea
Worm farm compost
Worm farm maintenance
|worm farm goodies!|
Growing from seeds
Planting seeds or seedlings?
Tips for starting vegetables from seeds
I have grown some odd veges, here's a few things I learnt:
Growing root vegetables
Green onions, spring onions or shallots or…?
How did your garden grow in 2013? What did you learn? And what are you hoping to do better in 2014?