Temperate Region


Our Winter Veggie Patch suggestions if you live in the Temperate Region (Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth) :

Cabbage is a nutritious and rewarding veggie patch project. It offers many health benefits: low calorie, low fat and high in fibre, and contains beta-carotene, vitamin K, and C. It's best to start growing cabbage in mid to late summer so that it comes to harvest during the cool days of autumn, winter, or early spring.
Best to grow: March to June

Brussels Sprouts
The best of the brassica family, this miniature, perfect bite-size, mini version of the cabbage are excellent reasons to grow them in your veggie patch. Although growing Brussels Sprouts can test your gardening skills. It is rewarding; they are high in minerals, fibre, vitamins, and antioxidants, making them an excellent nutritious addition.
Best to grow: March to June

Superfood is his second name! Full of vitamin C, K and selenium to support your immune system, contains several nutrients that keep your heart healthy, including potassium, and this is not the only reason to grow it in your veggie patch - Kale has the reliability and hardiness to survive the coldest winter regardless of your gardening experience.
Best to grow: March to October