Angie's Garden Calendar February

Judy

As we settle back into work and school after the summer break, it’s time to get busy in the garden! Let’s explore what you can be planting, harvesting and growing in late summer and how to get the best out of your garden in the final month of summer.

Happy gardening everyone!

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For a complete guide to February gardening, refer to the articles below:

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Fruit Trees

Love your nectarines? Grow your own at your place!

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Citrus

Lisbon Lemons - these Portugese lemons are sure to set your heart on fire! Learn more here.

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Lawn

Late summer lawns can be vulnerable to weeds and pests, but there are some quick and easy solutions.

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Tomatoes

Here’s how to keep your tomatoes happy and healthy at the end of summer.

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Roses

Make your own Valentines Day gift!

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Flowering Plants

Chocolate lovers and gardners can have it all!

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Herbs

Food tastes better when you grow it yourself!

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Trees & Shrubs

Create a tropical feel with beautifully scented frangipanis.

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Indoor & Potted Plants

It’s Jungle Fever! Have you ever thought of having a peacock, zebra or rattlesnake at your place? The leafy kind of course!

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Organic

Stop those suckers!

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Australian Natives

Stunning natives to consider growing

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Kids Gardening

Here’s an easy ‘recycled’ way to get the kids started on a vegie patch.

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Root Vegetables

Parsnips a plenty. How about serving up home grown roasted parsnips for Christmas in July? Here’s how.

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Leafy Vegetables

Leafy vegies don't have to be green! They can be rainbow too!

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Fruiting Plants

Grow your own heavenly melons!

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