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In warmer areas of the country, the first lots of vegetable seeds can be started under glass, but do not sow outside as the soil is probably still too cold and damp . In cooler areas, try growing a few leafy green crops such as spinach, silverbeet or kale in pots and containers close to home. more. Flower Gardener's Diary - July. Plant up pots, containers and hanging baskets with potted colour to brighten up the garden. Get your seed catalogues and order new seasons flower seeds now, ready for spring planting. Winter sweet, witch hazel, camellias, viburnum, wallflowers, winter roses, hellebores, dianthus. July is a great month to prepare your soil for planting vegetable and flower plants in spring. Winter planting continues as many seasonal favourites like roses, fruit trees and camellias become available in store. Plant seedlings of Artichoke, Cauliflower, Lettuce, Onions, Potatoes.
NZ Gardener magazine. likes · talking about this. The official Facebook site for NZ Gardener magazine. With the shortest day behind us and the odd fine day popping up its time to plan for a new growing season ahead – even though winter is by no means over! In warmer areas now is a good time to prepare a bed where early potatoes can be planted in August. Soil should be weeded, dug through to loosen and break up. POD GARDENS visits the Great Barrier garden of writer and strategic consultant Sandy Callister, – who has managed to create a lush and productive oasis amongst sandy soil with limited access to You might even sneak in a few early cloves of garlic in advance of their traditional planting date of June 21st (shortest day).
Edition · Subscribe · Contact Us · Articles. Welcome to the home of the Kiwi gardener. Consider this your one-stop, practical spot for learning how to get the most out of your garden. With growing tips, great DIY projects and advice on when's best to plant and harvest, there's something for every gardener. Happy gardening!. New Zealand Gardener - NZ's Top Selling Gardening Magazine Since July Gardening. Plant or transplant deciduous trees now while they're at their most dormant. Prune peaches, apples and other deciduous summer fruit trees. Plant peony roses in cool-climate areas where they grow most happily. Spray Yates White Oil or Conqueror Oil to control sap-sucking pests such as aphids, woolly.