Thursday, July 3, 2014

Food Garden Calendar - July

In Tasmania July can be a really busy time in the garden as it is a time to plant or transplant fruit trees and berries and prepare your garden for the coming season.  

July is a good time to .............

  • Sow broadbeans and peas in sunny well-draining positions
  • Plant asparagus crowns, cut off old asparagus stalks and add seaweed and/or compost - for more info see http://foodgardengroup.blogspot.com.au/search/label/asparagus
  • Plant artichoke crowns
  • Plant leek and onion after applying some lime or dolomite
  • Plant (bare-rooted) fruit trees, berry canes and grapes, and move fruit trees if needed
  • Spread compost and manure around fruit trees and berries
  • Divide and replant clumps of chives and other perennial onions, rhubarb and mint
  • Thoroughly clean out your hothouse and give it a good airing to get rid of hibernating pests
  • Tidy up and prune berry bushes - for more info see http://foodgardengroup.blogspot.com.au/search/label/raspberries 
You can help improve this calendar further.  Please email suggested one-line changes and additions to foodgardengroup@gmail.com


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