Sometimes it is helpful to be reminded what seeds can be sown when and to have an overview you can look at to see what is coming up next month or what it is a bit late to sow.
Gardenate is a very user-friendly website and you can have email reminders sent to you each month if you like. Just make sure you select your region..... Adelaide is in the temperate zone. This is a very broad zone but is good enough for seed sowing.
This website is suitable for Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
There is also quite an extensive array of vegetables and herbs listed alphabetically, if you want to look up how best to grow a particular one. You can also make comments and ask questions and give answers.
For example..... (there is a monthly sowing guide on this page too but it did not cut and paste nicely so I have left it out)
Growing Broad beans (Vicia faba)
May: Will need supports if windy weather
Easy to grow. Sow Direct in rows. Sow seed at a depth approximately three times the diameter of the seed.
Best planted at soil temperatures between 6°C and 24°C.
Pick the tops out once beans start setting to prevent blackfly.
Culinary hints - cooking and eating Broad beans
The fresh beans are eaten steamed or boiled.
The leafy top shoots of the adult plants can be picked and steamed after flowering.
Small beans can be eaten whole in the pods.
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