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September planting 2 – the southern hemisphere

On this particular front, I can only really speak from my experiences growing vegetables in Cape Town, South Africa. If you’re really worried about cold-hardiness, waiting until late-August/September before sowing your favourite vegetables should see you right. Here are some ideas for the next week or two’s sowing… (more…)


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Whether it’s Spring or Autumn in your neck of the woods, there’s plenty for you to plant now…

As September approaches, southern hemisphere grow-your-own-ers are looking forward to a summer filled with the sort of produce those of us in the northern hemisphere are eating the last of. Regardless of where you’re living, the good news is that there’s plenty to do on the grow-your-own front in September. Here are some ideas, split between those of us heading into spring and those of us wondering what we can eak out of our gardens in the leaner autumn and winter months. Today, it’s the northern hemisphere… (more…)

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