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Bay Enviro Bins Gardening Guide

  • Spring In The Garden - October

    October signals mid-spring and there is plenty to do in the garden. Spring crops and flowers will be starting to appear so it's time to plant more to ensure a continuous supply of delicious veges, juicy fruit and fragrant floral displays that will last you into the summer months!
  • Spring Into The Garden - September

    Spring is making a welcome arrival and your garden will be starting to come alive again! It’s time to start planting spring crops and get your piece of paradise into tip top shape for the warmer months. 
  • Winter In The Garden - August

    With spring only a month away there's plenty to do in the garden. It's time to start thinking about preparing and planning for spring planting, including sprouting your seed potatoes to ensure a Christmas harvest. August is also the perfect time for a winter tidy up - clip the hedges, edges and prune a selection of fruit trees.

  • WINTER IN THE GARDEN - JULY

    July is still a great time to be planting winter vegetables including leafy greens, onions and brassicas. In the fruit garden it's all about planting new season fruit trees and the Kiwi favourite of strawberries. To liven up your garden, add some beautiful winter blooms and add companion planting to your vegetable garden.
  • WINTER IN THE GARDEN - JUNE

    June is a great time to plant fruit trees and winter vegetables for a continuous supply. It is also time to begin thinking about the next season and the crops you might want to grow and harvest.