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January in the garden

January things to grow

The holiday season has come to an end, and now it’s time to relax! Why not head for the garden?

Garden jobs for January:

  • Fertilise with a Seaweed Concentrate
  • Consider some crop rotation to give your garden beds a break and rejuvenate the soil. Plant Millet, Lablab, or Cow Pea for a season to give back some much needed nutrients. 
  • Water Smart! It’s best to water first thing in the morning, to give your soil a chance to absorb all of the moisture before it gets too hot.
  • Top up your gardens with mulch, it looks great and helps with water retention!
  • Look into making some shade cloths to go over garden beds. It’s perfect for protecting sensitive vegies on those hot summer days

What to grow in January:


  • Alyssum
  • Calendula
  • Dwarf Marigold
  • Nasturtium
  • Pansy
  • Stock
  • Sweet Pea
  • Poppies
  • Violas
  • Forget Me Not

Don’t forget when planting flowers, they not only look attractive but create a welcoming environment for all sorts of friendly insects.


Tropics Arid Temperate
Basil Basil Basil
Capsicum French and Climbing Beans Beetroot
Chilli Capsicum Brussel Sprout
Choko Chilli Cabbage
Cucumber Cucumber Carrot
Eggplant Eggplant Cauliflower
Sweet Corn Leek Chives
Tomato Lettuce Cucumber
  Melon Mediterranean Herbs*
  Pumpkin Kale
  Radish Leek
  Sweet Corn Lettuce
  Tomato Mint
  Zucchini Parsnip
    Spring Onion

*Including Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Marjoram and Oregano

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