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May in the Garden

May things to grow

The cold weather is fast approaching! Now is the time to start preparing your garden for the Winter elements.

Garden jobs for May:

  • Fertilise with Seaweed Concentrate
  • Pull those weeds! This weather can make them get out of control.
  • Start preparing garden beds by adding compost and mulch.
  • Consider some crop rotation to give your garden beds a break and rejuvenate the soil. Plant Oats, Wheat, Broad Beans or Field Peas 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 the sun reaches its peak.

What to grow in May:


  • Alyssum
  • Calendula
  • Pansy
  • Primula
  • Scabiosa
  • Snapdragon
  • Stock
  • Sweet Pea
  • Wallflower

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

*Including Rosemary, Sage, Thyme, Marjoram and Oregano

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