Vegetable Gardening in Australia

Vegetable Gardening in Australia | Spiritual Awakening

I live in Brisbane, on Australia’s East Coast. Brisbane has a sub-tropical climate, which means that in summer the average temperature hovers around 32 degrees and we virtually never get frost.

Summer here means very high humidity, hot enough to kill most European vegetables and flowers! We adjust to this by growing plants that can handle the heat, like snake-beans and chokos (a kind of tropical squash), basil, sage and rosemary and small Thai tomatoes.

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