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Dear Palmers

Im relativly new to gardening and finding annual plant replacement a difficult experience. I am currently growing tomatoes, lettuce, eggplant, bok choi, marigolds, spring onions, shoo fly, nastursiums, and christmas lillies. As summer progresses i would like some advice for what i should be planing in preperation for winter and some companion plants for said plants (ideally some asain greens? or other hairloom verities prefered).

Regards
Stephen

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Hi Stephen

Thanks for your question. Preparing the garden for winter now is ideal. Feed your garden well with a fresh layer of compost and some dolomite as well as sheep pellets around the base of the new plants. Plant brassicas now and asian greens and herbs. Companion plants for the garden are always great to have marigolds and nasturtium.

Happy gardening

Maria – Palmers national garden consultant

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