APOLOGIES TO THOSE OF YOU WHOSE TOWN IS NOT ON THIS
THIS IS INTENTIONAL FOR THE REASONS BELOW.
GardenAction is a UK based site and although the UK has a broad spread of
weather conditions it does not suffer from extremes of weather.
We have little or no experience of growing fruit, vegetables and herbs in very
hot conditions or conditions where the seasons are not distinguishable. An
example of this is Brisbane where the variation in temperature is small
throughout the year. We simply don't know how you grow your fruit, veg and herbs
in those conditions.
Once again, apologies for this but we would be most interested to hear of how,
for example, you determine when to sow tomato seed in a climate such as
Brisbane. From our limited investigations it appears tomatoes (and most other
seeds) can be sown at any time of the year. Right or wrong, you tell us?