Subtropical Food planting just became a whole lot easier with this subtropical planting guide. It includes information on planting distances, how long it takes for the plant to grow from planting to harvest, soil ph requirements, botanical names and pollination details to assist with seed saving effectively. Unfortunately some introduced food plants have become a threat to native biodiversity in this climate zone. These plants are highlighted for the gardener so they can research them further and make informed decisions about what, where or whether to grow these plants at all. Growing and not harvesting has resulted in the seeds of some plants spreading with the wind or by birds and animals to important native habitats. It is hoped that this planting guide will be a valuable and handy resource for new or experienced gardeners to grow some food in harmony with our native environment, harvest their bounty and save some seed for the next cycle. This is a planting guide for vegetables, fruits, flowers, green manures, roots and herbs.
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Subtropical Planting Guide
The Seasonal Subtropical Planting Guide is a reference for the home gardener by season on what herbs, fruits, roots, vegetables, flowers and green manures to plant in the subtropical eastern Australia. Reference planting distances, soil ph, stage to plant and pollination.