By Myriam Pitre
Most seasoned gardeners appreciate the mild coolness autumn offers when spending time in the garden. It’s a time to plant our gardens with veggies that will be harvested during winter and spring. The cooler seasons are ideal for growing plants that tend to attract summer pests like broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage. Here’s a guide for what to plant in Sydney in autumn.
If you have a balcony garden, try:
- kale – start in seed trays in a protected area
- pak choy or bok choy
If you have a plot of soil, try:
- peas and snow peas
About Myriam Pitre
Having grown up in a self-sufficient and sustainable household surrounded by organic gardens, Myriam has always loved healthy, home-grown food. Despite living in a unit in an urban environment, she eats from her garden daily. Myriam runs our Green Villages natural pest management, seed to plate and worm farming and composting workshops.
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