Planting undercover in seed trays in plant out in 4-6 weeks
|Savory – winter savory||Tomatillo|
Susceptible to frost, start undercover or sow when after any last frost
|Amaranth||Beans – climbing|
|Beans – dwarf||Marrow|
Sow in pots
Planting into the Garden
|Beetroot||Burdock||Cape Gooseberry/Golden Berry|
|Coriander||Corn Salad||Daikon/Japanese Radish|
|Silverbeet||Snow Peas||Spring Onions|
Growing food tip of the month
If planting zucchini this month, plant in seed trays and keep undercover. You can plant out the seedlings during November and December. If you want to plant zucchini directly into the garden you’ll have to wait until January to do so. Most of the fruits, vegetables and herbs above can be planting next month as well if it’s a little overwhelming to get it all done at once, except zucchini – seeds need to be sown now.
Hold off on planting watermelon seedlings until next month – there’s still time to grow them and harvest to enjoy during the warmer months.
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This planting guide is a general reference intended for home gardeners. We recommend that you take into account your local conditions in making planting decisions. For specific advice, please contact Perth Gardening.