Summer is nearly over, which means it’s time to get your hands dirty and start planning your home garden for the Autumn months with the help of a handy planting guide!
North Lakes is located in a subtropical climate, along with the rest of South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales. It pays to do your research and plant the correct varieties of herbs and vegetables to suit your environment.
As the weather starts to cool down, lamb roast with rosemary and parsley-topped soups will soon be back on the menu. And now is the perfect time to plant these harden-fresh herbs, along with vegetable staples like lettuce, onion, broccoli and shallots.
Here’s a simple planting guide on what herbs and what vegetables to plant now, to help you get your garden into shape for Autumn.
Do you want more tips on Brisbane gardening, best plants for full sun, or expert advice on a planting guide? Why not go straight to the source and visit one of the many nurseries or garden centres in North Lakes.
- Seasonal planting guide information sourced from About the Garden and Bunnings.