Vegetables to grow during January in Melbourne


There are some vegetables that you shouldn’t be planting now as by the time they mature a fruit it will be starting to get to cold.  These are plants such as Tomatoe, Capcicum, Chilli and pumkin. However there are plenty of productive plants you can grow that like the heat of summer, are fast growing and dont mind it when the weather starts getting cooler. Below is a list of seeds and seedlings you can plant in January and still get a good harvest.

Basil

Beans

Beetroot

Brocoli

Cabbage

Carrots

Chives

Kale

Lettuce

Leeks

Oregano

parsely

Potatoe

Parsnip

Radish

Silverbeet

Sweetcorn

Turnips