- Anemone (top)
- Iceland poppy
What vegetables to plant in January in Australia
- Sweet corn
- Brussels sprout
Your January garden to-do list
- Cut back any of your herbs that have now run to seed.
- Prune gardenias that have finished flowering
- Trim repeat-flowering roses to encourage autumn bloom.
- Boost watering of indoor plants so they cope with summer conditions.
- Inspect azaleas for petal blight and spray fungicide, if necessary.
- Check your flowering crepe myrtles for powdery mildew that can deform their leaves and flower buds. Treat with a fungicide.