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August IN YOUR GARDEN

SUBTROPICAL REGIONS

Subtropical Regions-August What To Plant And Sow In August: Annuals Prepare beds for sowing by digging in compost and 2:3:2 at the rate of 60 g per square metre. Start to sow summer-flowering towards the end of the month. Annuals adapt well to pot cultures like... read more

COUNTRYWIDE

August in the Garden  What to do during this month Described by many as one of the best months to visit South Africa, August is a windy month but a month packed with excitement. This is the month when the country begins to warm up, the buds begin to break, blooms... read more

TEMPERATE SUMMER-RAINFALL REGIONS

Temperate Summer-Rainfall Regions- August In temperate summer-rainfall regions do the following in August:            Plant and sow           Annuals Start sowing summer-flowering annuals from the middle of the month. Alyssum, amaranthus, coleus baby’s breath, bells... read more

WINTER-RAINFALL REGIONS

Winter rainfall regions What to do in the garden in August: Plant and sow Annuals Wait until next month to sow summer-flowering annuals. Vegetables Sow vegetables like: asparagus, beetroot,  broad beans, carrots, cucumbers, brinjals, ... read more

DRY CONTINENTAL AND HIGHVELD SUMMER-RAINFALL REGIONS

What to do in the garden in dry continental and high veld regions during August: Annuals Sow summer-flowering annuals like: Alyssum, amaranthus, baby’s breath,  bells of Ireland, busy Lizzy, Californian poppies,  celosias, coleus, cornflowers, cosmos, dianthus, ... read more
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