What are the best vegeta­bles to grow in win­ter in Queens­land?

The Weekend Australian - Magazine - - LIFE -

Kim Pa­trick, Qld Many vegeta­bles grown in sum­mer thrive as win­ter crops in the warmer parts of Queens­land. Ex­am­ples are tomatoes, cap­sicums, chill­ies, beans, zuc­chini and cu­cum­ber. You should also be able to grow car­rots, beet­root, silverbeet, spring onions and all the leafy greens.

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