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Planting in June for the New Zealand - cool/mountain zone

EASY Broad beans
(also Fava bean)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from August - December
EASY Garlic Cloves.   Harvest from December.
EASY Mustard greens
(also gai choy)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from July - August
EASY Onion Grow in seed trays, and plant out in 4-6 weeks.   Harvesting from November - February
EASY Peas Sow in garden.   Harvesting from August - September
EASY Radish Sow in garden.   Harvesting from July - August
EASY Shallots
(also Eschalots)
Plant small bulblets, with stem just showing above ground.   Harvesting from August - October
EASY Snow Peas
(also Sugar Peas, Mangetout, Chinese Peas)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from August - October
EASY Spinach
(also English spinach)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from July - September

Preparing for July

EASY Broad beans
(also Fava bean)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from August - December
EASY Mustard greens
(also gai choy)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from July - August
EASY Onion Grow in seed trays, and plant out in 4-6 weeks.   Harvesting from November - February
EASY Peas Sow in garden.   Harvesting from August - September
EASY Radish Sow in garden.   Harvesting from July - August
EASY Shallots
(also Eschalots)
Plant small bulblets, with stem just showing above ground.   Harvesting from August - October
EASY Snow Peas
(also Sugar Peas, Mangetout, Chinese Peas)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from August - October
EASY Spinach
(also English spinach)
Sow in garden.   Harvesting from July - September

See planting calendar for these climate zones

New Zealand - cool/mountain,   New Zealand - sub-tropical,   New Zealand - temperate  

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