Now is a good time to plant winter vegetables including; cabbages, cauliflower, broccoli, brussel sprouts, kale, spinach, silverbeet, broccoflower. Broad beans can be sown from now on. A last crop of carrots and swedes can be sown now also, but not too much later as germination will be patchy.
Moreover, what are the best vegetables to grow in winter?
Most can be planted or sown directly outdoors to ensure that your winter vegetable garden is fully stocked.
- Spring Onions.
- Perpetual Spinach.
- Broad Beans.
- Winter Salads.
- Pak Choi.
Also, can you grow vegetables in New Zealand? Vegetable growing is a multi-million-dollar business in New Zealand. Potatoes, onions and squash are the main crops but over 50 varieties of vegetables, flowers and seeds are grown for sale in New Zealand and overseas.
Then, what vegetables can I plant now NZ?
The Auckland Vegetable Gardener’s Diary
- Plant. Basil, beetroot, bok choi, broccoli, cabbage, capsicum, carrot, cauliflower, celery, coriander, eggplant, kale, leek, lettuce, mesclun, onion, parsnip, parsley, potatoes, radish, rhubarb, rocket, silverbeet, spinach, spring onions.
What can I grow in my greenhouse in winter NZ?
Geraniums are popular, as are ferns. If you control temperature carefully, orchids can be successfully grown, too. Cool season crops like lettuce, broccoli, peas and carrots are great choices for unheated greenhouses, or greenhouses that are in shady areas.