Once the autumn rains arrive, while the soil is still warm, it’s another good time to plantfruit trees and plants. Planting in the autumn allows the fruits to establish their root systems over the winter in preparation for the following fruiting season.
Coming up in the garden in April
Make the most of the autumn plant sales, most garden centres have a massive sale at this time of year to make way for new season's plants.
Tomatoes, capsicums and chillies will be coming to an end in cooler parts of the country, where the nights are beginning to draw in and the earliest frosts may start to appear. In warm regions, these crops will last another couple of months.