Salad Greens

 

 

Plant all salad greens now and harvest by picking the leaves as needed.
Spring onions can be cut about 2cm from the base and they will ‘come again’ with another top. Try some cherry tomatoes in pots or hanging baskets. A good rich potting mixture is essential, and a handful of soil wetting agent will help to retain the water and keep the soil moist. Hang or place in a sunny, but not too hot position (afternoon shade is good) and water morning and night. Our strawberries are starting to flower and we are still harvesting cauli, silverbeet, miners lettuce, fennel, cabbage and spring onions.

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