Update of the monthly seed planting guides for November. There are three guides:-
- COOL MOUNTAINOUS
- MILD COASTAL AND WARM INLAND
- BALLARAT & DISTRICT
The overall area the three guides cover is South Eastern Australia. To view a printable PDF of the guides click the buttons below.
All the monthly guides list what seeds to sow and seedlings to plant, plus what seeds to sow in seedling boxes for planting out as seedlings in four to six weeks time. Key vegetables only, not all vegetables that can be planted at this time are listed.
COOL MOUNTAINOUS MONTHLY SEED PLANTING GUIDE
The Cool Mountainous monthly planting guide is based on information drawn from six planting guides for South Eastern Australia, both contemporary and historical. The general area it covers is all of Tasmania and the cool mountainous areas of mainland Australia from just West of Ararat to the North of Canberra.
MILD COASTAL AND WARM INLAND
The Mild Coastal & Warm Inland monthly planting guide is based on information drawn from five planting guides for South Eastern Australia, both contemporary and historical. The warm inland area covers just North (Victoria) and West (NSW) of the great dividing range, including the cities of Bendigo and Albury. The mild coastal area covers coastal South Eastern South Australia, all of coastal Victoria and coastal New South Wales up to Wollongong
BALLARAT AND DISTRICT MONTHLY SEED PLANTING GUIDE
This Ballarat & District planting guide was put together by John Ditchburn with input from a number of experienced vegetable gardeners in the Ballarat area, only vegetables that have actually been grown by John or these gardeners have been listed. As such the guide is far from complete, it is recommended that local Ballarat gardeners also consult other cool climate vegetable planting guides.