What to plant in April

What vegetables to plant in April
 
The Tui vegetable planting guide is my bible when it comes to deciding what to plant. Across New Zealand there are differences in climate and soils. Use this helpful planting calendar to see when you should plant common homegrown vegetables in your region. If you are planning to grow from seeds rather than seedlings, allow an extra 3–4 weeks for planting.
New Zealand region guide 
 Beetroot
  
Bok Choy
 
Broad bean
 
Broccoli
 
Brussels Sprout
   
 
Cabbage
 
Carrot
 
Cauliflower
 
Cavelo Nero
 
Celeriac
  
Celery
  
Corn Salad 
 

Florence Fennel
  
French Bean
 
Garlic 
   
Kale 
 
Kohlrabi
 
Leek
  
Lettuce
 
Mesclun

Misome
 
Mizuna
 
Mushroom
 
Onion
 
Parsley

Pea 
 
Radicchio
   
Radish
 
Rhubarb
 
 
Rocket
 
Runner Bean
  
 
Shallot
 
Silver beet
 
Spinach
 
Spring Onion
 
  

Grow your vegetables faster using our self-watering, sub-irrigated vegetable planters. 

This Perpetual Spinach (pictured below) took just 3 weeks to grow from seedlings, no daily watering required!


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