When Is The Best Season To Plant?

When Is The Best Season To Plant?

When is the best season to plant seeds to ensure you get the best results in your garden? To answer this question, it really comes down to what it is you plan on growing. So we’ve divided up the seasons to let you know when is the best time of year to plant a range of different fruits and vegetables.

Summer

zucchini In the summertime, rain is scarce, so it’s best to plant seeds that will thrive on long and hot summer days. Unless you plan on planting in the shade under a reticulation system, of course! Consider planting tomatoes, zucchini and capsicum in your garden by the middle of summer to get the best growth throughout the season.

Autumn

oregano Autumn can be one of the most beneficial seasons of the year to plant your seeds because it’s not too hot or too cold, and rain is steady. Herbs such as parsley, oregano, chives and coriander tend to love this time of year. And for other produce, it’s a good time to plant orange and lemon trees, as well as avocado plants and olive bushes. When it comes to vegetables, good choices to plant for hearty autumn meals include celery, cauliflower, broccoli and broad beans.

Winter

carrot Winter can sometimes be tricky for your garden, especially if temperatures get below freezing, as this can damage your produce. However, there are still some plants that can survive the colder months. This produce includes artichoke, carrots, lettuce, onions and radishes.

Spring

SONY DSC Spring is the time of year for new life, so you’re right in thinking it’s a good time of year to get out into the garden and start planting a new vegetable patch. Some of the best herbs to sow at this time of year include basil, dill, mint and parsley. Vegetables and fruit can grow well when planted in spring too. Try putting snow peas, spinach, tomatoes and celery into your soil around 70 days before the last spring frost. It really is feasible to plant at all times of year. You simply need to choose the right produce for the season and do a bit of research on the climate in your area before selecting when to plant your seeds. Once the seeds are in the ground, here are some good tips on how much you should water your produce.

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