Have you got any plans of what flowers and veggies to plant in your autumn garden? The days get shorter, but that doesn't mean you can't grow some gorgeous plants and autumn flowers in Australia.
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Not too hot and dry, no more flies, and the weather is cool enough to get physical and enjoy digging and weeding. Now is the time to start planting and preparing your favourite autumn flowers and vegetables.
All zones: Alyssum, calendula, cineraria, cornflower, pansy, poppy, primula, statice, stock and viola.
Zones 2-6: Delphinium, foxglove, helichrysum, hollyhock, polyanthus, snapdragon, sweet pea, virginia stock and wallflower.
Zones 7-8: Candytuft, clarkia, impatiens, nasturtium, nemesia and, in tropical areas, petunia and phlox.
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All zones: Beetroot, broad beans, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, celery, English spinach, lettuce, parsnip, peas, radish and silverbeet.
Zones 2-6: Brussels sprouts, Chinese cabbage, onion, peas and spinach.
Zones 7-8: Capsicum, cucumber, eggplant, endive, lettuce, potato.
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