1. Bea

    Question Is there an actual chart for growing vegetables in a sub-tropical garden?

    I live in the southern Andes of Ecuador at about 5000 ft.. Our climate is best described as sub-tropical. Right now. March, we are in the rainy season. In Australia this is Fall I guess. It is humid, hot with coolish nights and today, with no sun poking through, it is cool and I am wearing a...
  2. Bea

    newbie from South America

    Hola from southern Ecuador. i am at 4800ft and right now it is the start of the rainy season - hot and sometimes a humidex of about 34/5C. Living in a rental with a huge yard. Problems are any kind of root vegetable that is not native to the climate (including garlic), beans and tomatoes...