Seeds to sow in the garden this month

Some handy suggestions on seeds to sow in your garden now, no matter which climate zone you live in.

If you are looking for a more comprehensive list of what to sow, check out the list of seeds to sow here.

cool Climate - December

BEAN 'LAZY HOUSEWIFE' ORGANIC

Our oldest climbing bean dating back to 1802. Described in Burpee's 1888 Farm Annual as being "broad thick and very fleshy and entirely stringless...and being peculiarly luscious... it derived its name which seems discourteous from its immense productiveness". What more can you say except that they suit house-husbands just as well. Yields 773g/plant.

SWEET BASIL

This is the true basil favoured by continental cooks. Grow half a dozen plants and you will have enough to pick fresh all summer plus make pesto that you can freeze for quick pasta dishes in the winter.

BEETROOT HEIRLOOM MIX

Green, yellow and red ribbed leaves make a colourful addition to salads, while their roots provide a unique sweet taste. Includes Chioggia, Globe, Golden and White Blankoma.

BROCCOLI 'GREEN SPROUTING' ORGANIC

An Italian variety, the blue-green head is followed by `broccolini type' side shoots that can be harvested for up to 3 months. Harvest main head 9 weeks from transplant. Yields 1.3kg per plant.

BRUSSELS SPROUTS 'RED RUBINE' AKA RUBY

Buttons of burgundy-red nutty sprouts with lavender-blue leaves. These sprouts turn an intriguing caviar-black when cooked.

CABBAGE 'MINI'

Our fastest forming cabbage and best seller!Ideal for raised garden beds, mini-plots and small gardens, this fast-growing, small cabbage forms neat, crisp heads when planted 20cm apart and is ready to harvest in just 18 weeks. Slow to bolt, plant at 50cm spacings for larger 1.3kg heads.

BEAN 'FROST' ORGANIC

A very rare semi-climbing bean well regarded by British and American gardeners since the 1790's for its cold tolerance, it keeps producing well into late autumn thus the name Frost. It is known as a pea bean for its versatility as a shelling and drying variety. One of the most beautiful seeds- white painted with striking maroon.

CARROT 'PARIS MARKET'

A wonderful 19thC French heirloom carrot with unusual globe-shaped roots. These small carrots grow well in pots, shallow soil and heavy clay. Water well to keep carrots round. Best eaten when young, at around 5cm. Stagger sowing for extended harvest.

CARROT 'PURPLE DRAGON'

First recorded in Spain around 1100 AD, the original Afghan three-coloured carrot was grown in the Middle East for many years before this, it is in- fact the antecedent of the more familiar orange carrot. The rich violet coloured skin holds a bounty of antioxidant anthocyanins, whilst the orange core is abundant with carotene. Colourful plate appeal, powerful nutritional composition and simple growing requirements make the Purple Carrot a home garden essential.

CELERY 'DORATA D'ASTI'

Easier to grow than other varieties, remaining crisp and juicy without the need for blanching. Snap off the lime-green stems from summer through to autumn and winter. Harvest in 15 weeks, yields 1.1kg per plant.

CORN 'PAINTED MOUNTAIN' ORGANIC

Saved from extinction by Montana farmer, Dave Christensen, the original strains of this ancient corn were believed to be widely cultivated by native Indians and early American settlers. Painted Mountain is very cold hardy and can be ground for flour or grown purely to enjoy the rich tapestry of colours found in every cob.

CUCUMBER 'PARISIAN PICKLING'

The best known pickling variety from the 1890's that can be eaten fresh or used for gherkins. 50-60 days for pickling, as the French describe as Cornichons. 70-80 days for eating fresh. Burpless.

CUCUMBER 'RICHMOND GREEN APPLE'

An Australian heirloom that is starting to gain a following with gardeners worldwide. Plump round green 'apples' with crisp, white flesh that is incredibly juicy with a refreshing tang. None of the bitterness in the skin other types can have. An incredibly prolific producer with around 10 kilos per plant.

PUMPKIN 'BUTTERCUP' ORGANIC

Rich, sweet and dense flesh from a pumpkin that is not only delicious, but the perfect size for an average household. Tops in our taste tests. Harvest in 17 weeks, 7.5 kg per plant.

PUMPKIN 'WEE B LITTLE'

The wee pumpkin for kids to grow and use as a table decoration. Cute softball ball sized pumpkins with a compact growth habit. Roast whole to enjoy the sweet, golden flesh or stuff for a real gourmet treat. 12 weeks to harvest. 9 fruit per plant, 4kg per plant.

SILVERBEET FIVE COLOUR MIX

Dazzling, colourful and extremely nutritious. Midribs of red, orange, yellow, pink or white make this the perfect fountaining accent plant for any flower or vegetable garden. Listed in Vilmorin's Vegetable Garden 1888, and also called Rainbow Chard we grew this for its re-introduction into the US for What's Old is New, where it became a best seller and a signature plant for heirlooms.

TOMATO 'PINK BUMBLE BEE' ORGANIC

Taking the organic and farmers markets of the US by storm, Pink Bumble Bee and its relatives from the 'Artisan Tomato' stables are the next big thing in open-pollinated tomatoes. Through our connections with the seed merchants, Diggers is the first to release these 'heirlooms of the future' here in Australia. The vibrant colour and flavour are sure to impress even the most seasoned tomato growers.

SPRING ONION 'RED'

Brilliant crimson bulbs rich in antioxidants. Will grow into bulbs that can be used like shallots if left in the ground, or pick the green stems early and use as you would regular spring onions.

WATERMELON 'SUGAR BABY'

This 1950s ice box sized heirloom produces an abundant crop of sweet, red fleshed melons. Has a compact growth habit that won't take over your garden. Harvest in just 10 weeks- making it our earliest yet. The tough outer skin resists cracking and its compact 15cm fruit fits perfectly in the fridge. 4 fruit per plant, 3kg per fruit.

ROCKMELON 'MINNESOTA MIDGET' ORGANIC

This space saver is one of the earliest to fruit with sweet, rich flesh. A compact and prolific vine taking up to just one metre of garden space and producing up to 18 fruit per plant, at 550 g per fruit. Harvest from 14 weeks.

PARSNIP 'HOLLOW CROWN'

A smooth skinned variety that has been a favourite since the 1820's. The flavour improves if stored in the soil over winter. Sow in spring in cold climates and in autumn in warmer climates.

cool Climate - January

LETTUCE HEIRLOOM MIX

A splendid mix of some of our favourite heirloom lettuces that bring colour and flavour from the garden to the table. Includes Tennis Ball, Rouge d'Hiver, Freckles, Tango and Red Leprechaun.

CORN 'HONEY AND CREAM' F1

So sweet it doesn't need cooking, with plump yellow and white kernels. Harvest in 12 weeks. Sow >20 C soil temperature.

PARSNIP 'HOLLOW CROWN'

A smooth skinned variety that has been a favourite since the 1820's. The flavour improves if stored in the soil over winter. Sow in spring in cold climates and in autumn in warmer climates.

PAK CHOY

Thick, curved succulent leaves are a must for stir-fries and Asian soups. Grow quickly in a rich, moist soil to harvest in about 8 weeks. Yields 110g per plant.

BRUSSELS SPROUTS 'RED RUBINE' AKA RUBY

Buttons of burgundy-red nutty sprouts with lavender-blue leaves. These sprouts turn an intriguing caviar-black when cooked.

CAULIFLOWER 'SICILY PURPLE'

A colourful Italian heirloom with brilliant purple heads and a mild, sweet flavour. The head cooks to green, but tastes great fresh from the garden. Less appealing to brassica pests. Harvest at 25 weeks.

SPRING ONION 'RED'

Brilliant crimson bulbs rich in antioxidants. Will grow into bulbs that can be used like shallots if left in the ground, or pick the green stems early and use as you would regular spring onions.

CABBAGE 'MINI'

Our fastest forming cabbage and best seller!Ideal for raised garden beds, mini-plots and small gardens, this fast-growing, small cabbage forms neat, crisp heads when planted 20cm apart and is ready to harvest in just 18 weeks. Slow to bolt, plant at 50cm spacings for larger 1.3kg heads.

BEETROOT 'CHIOGGIA' ORGANIC

Concentrically eccentric, this beet was traditionally grown in Chioggia, Italy (just outside Venice), where it has been part of local cuisine since 1538 – a true heirloom beetroot. Slow to bolt, tender, mild and sweet. Harvest at 8 weeks for 60g roots.

SILVERBEET FIVE COLOUR MIX

Dazzling, colourful and extremely nutritious. Midribs of red, orange, yellow, pink or white make this the perfect fountaining accent plant for any flower or vegetable garden. Listed in Vilmorin's Vegetable Garden 1888, and also called Rainbow Chard we grew this for its re-introduction into the US for What's Old is New, where it became a best seller and a signature plant for heirlooms.

BROCCOLI 'ROMANESCO' ORGANIC

A true geometric wonder of the heirloom world. These beautiful lime-green broccoli heads have a delicate flavour and feature a unique spiralling pattern. Ready to harvest 10-14 weeks from transplant. Heads grow up to 1kg. Does not produce side-shoots.

CARROT HEIRLOOM MIX

An exclusive Digger's mix exploding with colours from red to white and purple to yellow. Succulent and sweet, these carrots hold their colour when cooked, adding an exciting dimension to meals and salads.

RADISH 'PINK LADY SLIPPER'

Pink Lady Slipper is a charming yet robust addition to our radish offerings. Its crisp texture and mild pungency made it a taste test winner. The roots are an attractive pink colour, elongated with a blunt tip and slender taproot. In addition, this radish maintains its crisp texture and mild flavor for a stunning 40+ days from sowing! Matures in 30 to 34 days.

LEEK 'KING RICHARD'

The King of Leeks! An excellent early variety, producing extra- long shanks that are easy to clean and uniform. A cook's favourite. Harvest early as `baby leeks'.

warm Climate - December

SUNFLOWER 'GIANT RUSSIAN' ORGANIC

Giant is no understatement for this colossal Sunflower with huge yellow plates of a flower. Easy winner of the tallest sunflower competition and recycles on to feed the chooks. A delight and wonder for both small and big gardeners. The best sunflower for edible sunflower seeds. Single stems can require staking due to weight of flower heads and protection from wind.

CUCUMBER 'SWEET AND STRIPED'

Our sweetest cucumber that can grow to 1 metre long. Elegantly curled, ribbed and striped. Prefers to grow naturally along the ground rather than up a trellis. Burp free. Yields roughly 12 fruit per plant.

TOMATO 'TOMMY TOE' ORGANIC

Winner of our taste test back in '93- Victorian garden guru Kevin Heinze said it was the best he'd tasted in 50 years! From mislabelled Seed Savers stock it grew to rave reviews around the world. Sweet 3cm fruit produced from January to May. Fruits in 10 weeks from transplant and yields 11kg per plant.

SPRING ONION 'RED'

Brilliant crimson bulbs rich in antioxidants. Will grow into bulbs that can be used like shallots if left in the ground, or pick the green stems early and use as you would regular spring onions.

WATERMELON 'MOON AND STARS RED' ORGANIC

"The Moon and Stars watermelon is the poster child of the heirloom seed movement. Its buttery moons and constellations of stars are awe-inspiring. Unique among watermelons, both foliage and fruit are bedecked with heavenly bodies", writes melon guru Amy Goldman. But Moon and Stars almost slipped into a black hole until Kent Whealy of Seed Savers Exchange rescued this treasure from extinction. Thick skin enables storage throughout winter. Harvest from 14 weeks. Yields 3-4 fruit (25kg) per plant.

ROCKMELON 'DELICE DE LA TABLE' ORGANIC

A rare French heirloom that was first listed in 1885. Mouth watering sweetness, beautifully ribbed skin and pale orange flesh that rated top in our 2009 taste test.Harvest in 17 weeks. 5 fruit per plant, 1.6 kg per fruit.

RADISH HEIRLOOM MIX

A kaleidescope of healthy bright round radishes that add a spicy punch to salads and sandwiches. Includes golden Helios, scarlet Round Red, pink and white Watermelon and Black Spanish.

PUMPKIN 'POTIMARRON'

Rare French pumpkin named for its rich chestnut flavour. 1-2 kilo fruits with edible skin. Can plant with 1m spacing. Harvest in 13 weeks, yields 7kg per plant.

PUMPKIN 'TRIAMBLE'

A rescued Australian favourite that has three distinct lobes, thick blue skin and rich, sweet orange flesh. Harvest in 19 weeks, yields 14kg per plant.

LETTUCE 'TANGO' ORGANIC

Fresh tender leaves are tightly ruffled and an attractive deep green colour. Its a popular cutting variety with market and home gardeners alike. One of the best summer varieites as it is slower to bolt to seed than most lettuces.

LEEK 'KING RICHARD'

The King of Leeks! An excellent early variety, producing extra- long shanks that are easy to clean and uniform. A cook's favourite. Harvest early as `baby leeks'.

EGGPLANT 'SLIM JIM'

Ornamental purple leaves and deep purple, cocktail-sized fruits that are ready to pick 13 weeks from transplant. Slice and grill on the BBQ, or dice up for a delicious ratatouille. Yields 2.4kg per plant.

CHILLI 'HABANERO MUSTARD'

Beautiful mustard-yellow squat chillies are produced on a dense 50cm high bush. Hot and spicy, this is one for the chilli addict and can be used to make a delicious, hot oil. Has the same Scoville (heat) rating at 'Scotch Bonnet' and 'Bird's Eye'.

CAULIFLOWER 'MINI'

Harvest in 90 days from transplant for mini pure-white compact heads. Suited to warmer regions, plant at 20cm spacings. Will form larger heads if left in situ but will need 60cm spacings and more time to develop. Yields heads 12-22cm in diameter.

CARROT 'PARIS MARKET'

A wonderful 19thC French heirloom carrot with unusual globe-shaped roots. These small carrots grow well in pots, shallow soil and heavy clay. Water well to keep carrots round. Best eaten when young, at around 5cm. Stagger sowing for extended harvest.

BEETROOT 'CHIOGGIA' ORGANIC

Concentrically eccentric, this beet was traditionally grown in Chioggia, Italy (just outside Venice), where it has been part of local cuisine since 1538 – a true heirloom beetroot. Slow to bolt, tender, mild and sweet. Harvest at 8 weeks for 60g roots.

BEAN 'DRAGON'S TONGUE'

Extremely beautiful bush bean with wide succulent pods of pale lemon streaked with purple. Delicious as both a fresh or dried bean. Harvest in 9 weeks. Yields over 250 grams per plant.

BEAN 'BABY SUN'

Attractive round and stringless beans, jsut as productive as they are tasty. Crops continuously from 40cm tall bushes. Harvest in 10 weeks. Yields 350g per plant.

warm Climate - January

CALENDULA 'GREEN HEART ORANGE'

Named from the Latin 'Kalenade' (the first day of the month) because it can be in flower every day of the year bring brilliant orange brightness to the garden in the darkest of seasons. So willingly do they grow that they barely need sowing. Elizabethans called it marigold before Mexico was discovered, which then, became the source of popular modern marigolds. Beneficial with medical and culinary properties, like many gardeners, this flower is too `green at heart'.

CARROT HEIRLOOM MIX

An exclusive Digger's mix exploding with colours from red to white and purple to yellow. Succulent and sweet, these carrots hold their colour when cooked, adding an exciting dimension to meals and salads.

SPRING ONION 'EVERGREEN TRIDENT'

A versatile easy to grow vegie that can be used in a range of dishes from salads to stir fries. They add a touch of heat without making your eyes water like their other onion cousins.

CAULIFLOWER 'SICILY PURPLE'

A colourful Italian heirloom with brilliant purple heads and a mild, sweet flavour. The head cooks to green, but tastes great fresh from the garden. Less appealing to brassica pests. Harvest at 25 weeks.

PARSNIP 'HOLLOW CROWN'

A smooth skinned variety that has been a favourite since the 1820's. The flavour improves if stored in the soil over winter. Sow in spring in cold climates and in autumn in warmer climates.

BRUSSELS SPROUTS 'RED RUBINE' AKA RUBY

Buttons of burgundy-red nutty sprouts with lavender-blue leaves. These sprouts turn an intriguing caviar-black when cooked.

BROCCOLI 'ROMANESCO' ORGANIC

A true geometric wonder of the heirloom world. These beautiful lime-green broccoli heads have a delicate flavour and feature a unique spiralling pattern. Ready to harvest 10-14 weeks from transplant. Heads grow up to 1kg. Does not produce side-shoots.

BEETROOT 'CHIOGGIA' ORGANIC

Concentrically eccentric, this beet was traditionally grown in Chioggia, Italy (just outside Venice), where it has been part of local cuisine since 1538 – a true heirloom beetroot. Slow to bolt, tender, mild and sweet. Harvest at 8 weeks for 60g roots.

CABBAGE 'RED DRUMHEAD'

Magnificently ornamental, the blue leaves and red, round head are a spellbinding colour combination in the vegetable garden. Loaded with antioxidants, it's ideal for slaw, fermentation or a light braising with apple. Suitable for warmer sowings because of improved resistant to caterpillars. Heads of 3.3kg.

LETTUCE HEIRLOOM MIX

A splendid mix of some of our favourite heirloom lettuces that bring colour and flavour from the garden to the table. Includes Tennis Ball, Rouge d'Hiver, Freckles, Tango and Red Leprechaun.

LEEK 'KING RICHARD'

The King of Leeks! An excellent early variety, producing extra- long shanks that are easy to clean and uniform. A cook's favourite. Harvest early as `baby leeks'.

RADISH 'PINK LADY SLIPPER'

Pink Lady Slipper is a charming yet robust addition to our radish offerings. Its crisp texture and mild pungency made it a taste test winner. The roots are an attractive pink colour, elongated with a blunt tip and slender taproot. In addition, this radish maintains its crisp texture and mild flavor for a stunning 40+ days from sowing! Matures in 30 to 34 days.

SILVERBEET FIVE COLOUR MIX

Dazzling, colourful and extremely nutritious. Midribs of red, orange, yellow, pink or white make this the perfect fountaining accent plant for any flower or vegetable garden. Listed in Vilmorin's Vegetable Garden 1888, and also called Rainbow Chard we grew this for its re-introduction into the US for What's Old is New, where it became a best seller and a signature plant for heirlooms.

hot Climate - December

CHIVES 'GARLIC'

Strappy leaves with a mild garlic flavour. Ideal for stir fries. Also makes an ideal companion plant in the vegetable garden.

CORN 'TRUE GOLD'

Traditional, open pollinated corn is getting harder to find as sweeter hybrids become more popular. Don't be deterred - this is corn as it should be - crisp, buttery and true corn flavour.

CORN 'BABY' F1

For Baby Corn, harvest continuously before the silks appear and grow up to 6 cobs per plant. Fresh baby corn is the most delicate of delicacies and makes sophisticated stir-fries. Never put up with the tinned variety again. For Popcorn, simply leave the cobs on the plant to mature, then dry the kernels.

THAI BASIL

The best basil for bringing that fresh anise flavour to Asian dishes such as Thai green curries and Vietnamese soups. Shiny green leaves contrast with the dark purple stems and flowers making this an attractive addition to the summer garden.

CORN 'PAINTED MOUNTAIN' ORGANIC

Saved from extinction by Montana farmer, Dave Christensen, the original strains of this ancient corn were believed to be widely cultivated by native Indians and early American settlers. Painted Mountain is very cold hardy and can be ground for flour or grown purely to enjoy the rich tapestry of colours found in every cob.

ROSELLA ORGANIC

Rosella has been recognized in natural health industries for its high levels of vitamin C and diurectic properties. Now it is becoming more widely accepted and the unopened flowers (calyces) are used for tea infusions, jams and relishes, and the leaves can be used in salads.

SQUASH 'JAUNE ET VERTE' ORGANIC

Picked young,the flesh is sweet and buttery. The tender skin cooks to lime green. Compact variety producing scalloped fruit over a long period. This French heirloom created much excitement amongst those of us who were previously unconvinced about the merits of growing squash. Harvest from 7 weeks, yields 3kg per plant.

SQUASH 'CROOKNECK EARLY SUMMER' ORGANIC

This sunny yellow crookneck is one of the first squash documented in the USA with records dating back to the early 1800's. A true heirloom that was grown by the Cooper family from New Jersey for over 100 years. Harvest the fruit when the squash is still young and tender and use it in any summer dish as you would zucchini.

ZUCCHINI 'BLACK BEAUTY' ORGANIC

Pick flowers for stuffing or leave fruit until it is 15cm long. Produces more fruit than the standard hybrid Black Jack. Just 9 weeks to harvest.

ZUCCHINI 'LONG FLORENCE'

Picked with its flower attached "before it's out of the cradle", this olive-green ribbed zucchini from Italy is the best selection for long harvest (4 months) or for flowers for stuffing. Its gigantic leaves are extremely ornamental. The Italian name is Zucca Lungo di Firenze.

hot Climate - January

CORN 'PAINTED MOUNTAIN' ORGANIC

Saved from extinction by Montana farmer, Dave Christensen, the original strains of this ancient corn were believed to be widely cultivated by native Indians and early American settlers. Painted Mountain is very cold hardy and can be ground for flour or grown purely to enjoy the rich tapestry of colours found in every cob.

CORN 'BABY' F1

For Baby Corn, harvest continuously before the silks appear and grow up to 6 cobs per plant. Fresh baby corn is the most delicate of delicacies and makes sophisticated stir-fries. Never put up with the tinned variety again. For Popcorn, simply leave the cobs on the plant to mature, then dry the kernels.

SWEET BASIL

This is the true basil favoured by continental cooks. Grow half a dozen plants and you will have enough to pick fresh all summer plus make pesto that you can freeze for quick pasta dishes in the winter.

MUSTARD 'RED GIANT'

For those that like it hot. The huge bronze-green leaves with striking white midribs add structure to the vegetable garden. A first rate, quick growing ornamental. Spice up stir-fries or flavour sandwiches- whatever you do it is sure to add a zing. Harvest when young for salads as it gets hotter with age.

THAI BASIL

The best basil for bringing that fresh anise flavour to Asian dishes such as Thai green curries and Vietnamese soups. Shiny green leaves contrast with the dark purple stems and flowers making this an attractive addition to the summer garden.

CORN 'HONEY AND CREAM' F1

So sweet it doesn't need cooking, with plump yellow and white kernels. Harvest in 12 weeks. Sow >20 C soil temperature.

MIZUNA 'RED AND LIME STREAKS'

This vibrant two tone mix has lime green and deep red delicate feathery leaves that add a spicy tang to garden salads. Sow frequently to keep up a supply of young leaves with a distinct mustard taste. Pick in just 4 weeks.

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Things to do in December

Tidy up berry canes

Cane fruits need to be well managed. If not, they will make an unruly mess in the garden and the fruit will be harder to pick. They will be growing rapidly now, so weave or tie wayward canes back into their trellis system

Protect young fruit

Fruits like nectarines, almonds, peaches and cherries will be forming now. Netting trees now will save fruits from birds, who have a knack of feeding on fruit crops before we do!

Look after your pot plants

The sun is beginning to have more of a kick to it now and plants growing in containers can be more susceptible to heat damage than those in the ground. Move any plants that dislike full sun into a semi shaded position to keep them going over summer.

Plants For December

SAFFRON CROCUS (3 bulbs)

SAFFRON CROCUS (3 bulbs) ►

Growing Weeks By Area

Diggers has divided Australia into five simple sowing areas — Cool, WarmHot, Subtropical, Tropical.  These are determined by the number of growing weeks with an average temperature above 15°C each area can expect in a year.

For example, some annuals like beefsteak tomatoes need 16 growing weeks to flower and fruit - this means they will struggle when grown outdoors in Hobart, which only has 13 growing weeks.

Our map tells you at a glance what time of year to sow your seeds for the best results in your area.

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