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July in the Garden

July things to grow

Winter is in full swing this month! There is still plenty that can be done in the garden even with those frosty mornings and chilly days.


Garden jobs for July:

  • Cool days are perfect for fixing up your garden tools – try giving them a sharpen or an oil to keep them at their best!
  • Top up your mulch – keep your soil nice and warm in this chilly weather.  
  • Pull those weeds!
  • Prune deciduous trees.
  • Consider some crop rotation to give your garden beds a break and rejuvenate the soil. Plant Broad Beans or Field Peas for a season to give back some much needed nutrients.

What to grow in July:

Flowers:

  • Amaryllis
  • Tuberoses
  • Waterlilies

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

 

 

 

Edibles:

Tropics Arid Temperate
Asian Greens Artichoke Artichoke
Asparagus Asian Greens Asparagus
French and Climbing Beans Asparagus Broad Beans
Beetroot Broccoli Broccoli
Broccoli Cabbage Coriander
Cabbage Chives English Spinach
Carrot Dill Lettuce
Celery English Spinach Mint
Chives Kale Onion
Coriander Lettuce Pea
Garlic Mint Radish
Mediterranean Herbs* Onion Snow Pea
Mint Parsley  
Parsley Pea  
Potato Radish  
Radish Snow Pea  
Rocket Strawberry  
Silverbeet    
Spring Onion    
Tomato    

*Including Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Marjoram and Oregano

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