The quality of your homegrown vegetables lies in the climate they’re grown in.
Certain vegetables, fruits, and herbs will thrive in a cool, dry climate while others won’t be able to survive without moisture and humidity. So, for Australians, this means we need to be careful and consider the region of Australia we’re living in before we plant our produce. You’ll need to study a temperature zone planting guide to gain a good understanding of which plants will thrive in the cooler months. Read more to learn about the best fruits, vegetables, and herbs for winter growing.