What’s happening at the urban farm in winter

Winter? What winter!

Andrew O’Carrigan

 

Sydney has just passed the longest day of the year and with only two months before our new spring were well underway with seeding in our nursery. Our mild winter days are up to 20 degrees and our nights only down to 5 degrees. This has seen some remarkable growth in our young seedlings. Right now were sowing leeks, swiss chard, carrots, beetroot, radish, sunflower, Brassicas and garlic. Take a look at our photos and see how we do things. Our seedlings will be for sale starting in August 2014.  You can contact Multicultural Enterprises Australia to find out about opening dates and times.

Young Brassica 'Black Kale'

Young Brassica ‘Black Kale’

Chard, Endive, Kale, Spinach

Chard, Endive, Kale, Spinach

Green garlic shoots

Green garlic shoots

 

 

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