This month’s post is dedicated to Joe, our long standing garden supervisor, who leaves our little community for more exciting gardening challenges. We thank him for his passion for our garden, his generosity, for sharing his skills, and his sad jokes, but mostly we thank him for all the dedicated hard work that he has put into our garden for many years.
Happy gardening in the future Joe. From all your many friends at Grantham.
“The man who has planted a garden feels that he has done something for the good of the world.” – Charles Dudley Warner
The following is a list of things you can plant in November in Sydney, a temperate zone:
- Beans, (bush and climbing)
- Cape Gooseberry
- Jerusalem Artichoke
- Rockmelon seedlings
- Spring Onions
- Sweet Corn
Plant of the Month – For Joe – The beautiful, fragrant, ‘Just Joey’ rose.