What Vegetables to plant in
February

What to plant in your vegetable patch in South East Queensland/Northern NSW (subtropics)

February is generally where we'll see the highest rainfall here in the subtropics - add in the heat and humidity and it can spell lots of issues for our veggie patch! Now is the time to start getting your seeds in for autumn, especially if you want some of those cool season crops.

 

Here is the full list of things to plant this month in our climate:

Amaranth
Broccoli
Cauliflower★
Carrot
Chives
Leeks
Lettuce
Cabbage★
Mustard Greens
Kale★
Celery★
Dill★
Spring Onions★
Pak Choi★
Onion
Parsley
Oregano
Kohlrabi★
Florence Fennel★

Endive★
Rosella
Swiss Chard
Sunflowers
Sweet Corn
Beans
Capsicum
Chilli
Cucumber
Eggplant
Okra
Pumpkin
Tomato ❆
Zucchini
Beetroot
Radish
Turnips
Swedes

These lists are to be used as a general guide, check your seed packs before planting.
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