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Planting Guide for July

Plants and seeds that can be planted in South Africa during July

Planting times of the seeds listed below may vary in the provinces of South Africa. The Western Cape is a winter rainfall area whereas the provinces in the northern regions are in a summer rainfall area.

Type of seed to be planted

Flowers and where they should be planted

California Poppies - Full sun
Carnations - Full sun
Cornflowers - Full sun
Dianthus - Semi Shade
Gazania - Full sun
Gypsophyla - Full sun Semi shade
Helichrysum - Full sun
Hollyhocks - Full sun
Nasturtiums - Full sun Semi shade
Pansy - Full sun Semi shade
Petunia - Full sun Semi shade
Verbena. - Full sun

Vegetables and where they should be planted in July

Broccoli - Full sun
Cabbage - Full sun
Carrots - Full sun
Lettuce - Full sun
Radish - Full sun
Swisschard - Full sun
Tomatoes - Full sun
Turnips - Full sun

Herbs and where they should be planted in July

None this month

Happy gardening!

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