Added by on 2016-09-16

It’s time to sow our winter greens and with much of our summer produce continuing through autumn it’s easy to fall short of space. But with Graham’s clever seed raising techniques you’re sure to have a fabulous winter crop! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGraham Ross: Graham’s Vegetable Garden, Ep 10 (04.0414)Graham Ross: Winter Vegetable Garden, Ep 22 (27.06.14)Better Homes and Gardens – Gardening: winter vegetable gardenVegetable Garden PlannerVegetable Gardening: How to Plan a Highly Productive GardenVegetable Gardening : Vegetables to Grow in a Summer Garden

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  • Lindy Knight (Mashette1) 11 months ago

    Thank you Graham for your video. I am planning on making my first veggie garden. Doing the straw bales. Was unsure of what to plant for this time of year. It's now 4/03/2016. I'm in Geelong , Victoria. Can you recommend what veggies and even flowers would be good for down here. It takes about 14 days til I can plant in straw bales. As I have to prepare them first. So will be end of this month before I can start. Was interest in fruit was unsure of what to plant. Thank you. Will watch your other clips while here. Cheers Lindy.

  • Intan Laksmisari 11 months ago

    Wow i really want to try gardening after watching this. It looks so easy :)