Thursday, 25 March 2010

Autumn/Winter Planting 2010

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Main Vegetable Garden Update for Autumn/Winter growing.
Those marked Old were grown over summer and still remain as of late March.
New indicates autumn plantings in now or very soon.

Bed 1 Wicking Bed
Old - Eggplant; Casper, Long Purple
Capsicum Hungarian Yellow Wax
New - Garlic Monaro Purple
Onions; Ailsa Craig, Creamgold
Silverbeet Rainbow Mix x 4
Cabbage Ethiopian x 2
Mixed greens Spinach x 6
Celery x 8

Bed 2 Wicking Bed
New - Broad Beans Peruvian Emerald
Broad Beans Aquadulce

Bed3 Wicking Bed
Old - Carrots Chantenay Red-cored
Parsnips Hollow Crown
New - Salad Greens filling in the gaps

Bed4 Wicking Bed
Old - Pumpkin
Parsley x 4
New - Broccoli Nutri Bud x
Cauliflower Mini x 3
Parcel x 7
Coriander x 1

Bed5 Wicking Bed
New - Mangelwurzel
Beetroot Golden Detroit
Silverbeet Rainbow Mixed

Tank Wicking Bed a
Old - Beans Red Lima
New - Kale Thousand Headed (3 plants)

Tank Wicking Bed b
Old - Capsicum King of the North (from 08 planting)
New - Cauliflower Sicilian Violet (3 plants)

Tank Wicking Bed c
New - Broccoli Romanesco (3 plants)

Tank d
Native Pear
Dianella revoluta

Tank e
Strawberries
Jostaberry
Catmint

Tank f
Old - Amaranth Leaf
Cucumber Green Gem
New - Peas Bush Youngs Wonder

Fence Bed Wicking Bed
Old - Gourds; Speckled Swan, Spoon, Spinning Top
Rockmelons
Zinnias
New - Peas Snow Roi de Carouby
In ground at bottom edge - Garlic Monaro Purple

Australian Bushfood area:
Acacia victoriae
Midyim Berry Austromyrtus dulcis
Muntries Kunzea pomifera
Native Lemongrass Cymbopogon ambiguus
Dianella revoluta
Native Rosella Hibiscus heterophyllus
Kangaroo Apples Solanum aviculare (to be removed)

Other areas:
Chookhouse Wicking Bed
New - Kale Mixed - Lacinato, Squire, Morton's mix
Beetroot Golden Detroit
Peas Climbing Sugarsnap
In ground at bottom edge -
Red Ribbed Dandelion Cichorium intybus

Dogpen Wicking Beds
Bed 1:
Old - Zucchini Golden and Black
Garden Sorrel x 2
New - Cauliflower Mixed - Sicilian Violet, Mini x 6
Celery Tendercrisp x 6
Peas Bush Youngs Wonder

Bed 2:
Old - Watermelon Sugarbaby
Garden Sorrel
New - Onions Stuttgart

Almond Area Wicking Bed
New - Broccoli Purple Sprouting x 6
Celery Soup (Chinese) x 2
Parcel x 5
In ground at bottom edge -
Seeds of Coriander, Calendula, NZ Spinach

The Kitchen Garden is still in planning stage...

To see how the various Garden areas fit on our half acre block check out the newest Map of our Place HERE

6 comments:

  1. I always laugh when I see the word mangelwurzel! It reminds me of the TV programme about the scarecrow Wurzel Gummidge! I look forward to seeing how you get on with those! They are related to turnip or swede aren't they?

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  2. Ha! Matron
    The MagelWurzels are in the same family as Beetroot and Silverbeet/Chard.

    Check out the post Here

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  3. That sounds like an awful lot of food, I hope you are hungry.
    Cheers,
    Charles Otway

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  4. Hi Charles
    It does look like a lot written out like that but we seem to be able to eat it all...that is when if it all grows well.
    The different varieties allow for a spread of maturity and a few failures.
    BTW I'm still working on that list you were after, I am getting there slowly!

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  5. Did you get Excel list of my seeds and plants?
    And certainly don't rush I had a few spare evenings and got mine done but I don't expect it to be a priority for you with all you have going there.
    cheers,
    Charles.

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  6. Yes I did thanks Charles and it gave me some ideas of what to include on such a list.

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