May Planting Guide 2018

May planting guide for South East Qld

. Autumn is heading into winter with inland locations already experiencing some cold nights. If you have not already sown your cool temperature vegetables you should get them in now. Planting too late will reduce their cool weather growth period and you might find them going to seed before they can produce.

For those in cooler locations you might like to try planting out some Broad beans. Gardeners that enjoy a milder winter with a sunny frost free veggie patch can still plant out cucumbers, zucchini, green beans, tomatoes and even capsicums.

May planting guide for your veggie patch

Asparagus
Green Beans (French) Frost free sunny area
Beetroots
Broad Beans Frost free sunny area
Broccoli
Cabbages
Capsicum Frost free sunny area
Carrots
Cauliflowers
Celery
Cucumbers Frost free sunny area
Jerusalem Artichokes
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Onions
Parsnip
Peas
Pumpkin Frost free sunny area
Radish
Shallots
Silverbeet
Spinach
Squash Frost free sunny area
Strawberries
Sweet Potatoes
Tomatoes Frost free sunny area
Turnips
Zucchini Frost free sunny area