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Little Veggie Patch Heirloom seeds - chilli cayenne

Little Veggie Patch Heirloom seeds - chilli cayenne

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Little Veggie Patch Heirloom seeds - chilli cayenne. These vintage heirloom seeds are beautifully packaged and will add a touch of nostalgia and variety to your vegetable garden and dinner plate. Chilli Cayenne likes a sunny hot position with free draining soil. A great companion plant for basil and parsley. No postage to WA

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These vintage heirloom seeds are beautifully packaged and will add a touch of nostalgia and variety to your vegetable garden and dinner plate.

Chilli Cayenne likes a sunny hot position with free draining soil. A great companion plant for basil and parsley.

When to plant (see zone map to find your zone):

Zone 1: October - December
Zone 2: September - December
Zone 3: August - March
Zone 4: April - July

Produced by the Little Veggie Patch Co, a small Melbourne-based business whose passion it is to help others live a greener lifestyle and grow their own food.

No postage to Western Australia.

Browse all our organic heirloom seeds.

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Australia has diverse climatic zones from the tropical far north to the cold of Tasmania so there may be some tweaking for where you live. In general, the cooler months with less harsh sun is the time for:

  • beans, broad beans and peas
  • bulbs like onion, shallots, garlic
  • Brassicas like broccoli, broccolini, cauliflower
  • tomatoes, eggplant
  • root vegetables like radish, beetroot, turnip and potato
  • spinach, salad greens, silverbeet
  • herbs, chives, coriander, parsley.

MOST IMPORTANT TIP: Just do it! Don't get caught up in not knowing what to do. Put some seeds in pots in a sunny spot and give it a go. Learn as you grow. Keep the water up and fertilise fortnightly with liquid seaweed.

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