In the tropics, we deal with the 'dry and wet', with less defined seasons, however winter generally means the most diverse variety of crops can be grown. Crops like carrots, kale and snowpea produce well, amongst other standard European crops. I even have Chamomile growing extremely well at present. It is the humid weather and torrential rain during summer that has many people begging the question "will any veggies grow in summer?"
Yes is the short answer. The long answer can be found on our website page called 'Wet Season Plants for Summer'.
Design.Grow.Create. That's the hOMe HIVE, our occasional mail out. We love nature and feel a deep connection to this amazing space and place called earth. There is so much abundance within reach and if you plant a guild, you will receive a yield! Our love of good quality food means we spend much of our time in the garden or kitchen...and as Hippocrates said, "let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food"! We welcome you to join us on an edible journey of tropical possibilities...
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