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Planting in September - Gardenate

Beans - broad beans, fava beans (also Fava bean) Plant in garden.
Cabbage Plant in garden.
Garlic Plant in garden.
Shallots (also Eschalots) Plant in garden.
Spinach (also English spinach) Plant in garden.
Turnip Plant in garden.

Planning for October

Garlic Plant in garden.

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    I live below the Range at Toowoomba and see plants I have "killed" in my garden growing out of the gravel in the excavations so I no longer worry about that sort of thing as water and nutrients ar...
    in Parsnip
  • 24 Sep - Kay
    I have planted slips that I grew about 2-3 months ago, The slips are in soil, in large plastic tubes with holes in the bottom & sides to drain as much water I can. We have had soooo much rain, &...
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    What is the best fertiliser for warm qld climate
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    I am staying in Kempton Park. Have been to all nearby nurseries and can not get any artichokes to buy. Please give me places/nurseries where I can get some. Thank you.
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  • 24 Sep - Bob Dobbs
    Try some fertiliser - they respond well to fertiliser. Are they receiving enough water? Not too much, but enough to keep the soil moist. Are they in full sun, as they do best in full sun? All t...
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  • 24 Sep - Bob Dobbs
    No, do NOT tie the outer leaves together. Older leaves spreading out is their natural growth, and soon the 'drums' will form in the centre of the plant. We are now getting into warm weather which ...
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