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Planting in October - Gardenate

Garlic Plant cloves

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Recent comments/tips

  • 27 Jul - Jean
    Hi Shahn, Do you have any burdock seeds or plants available?
    in Burdock
  • 27 Jul - chris
    It's a leafy green so likes a bit of nitrogen. Dynamic lifter?
    in Spinach
  • 27 Jul - Marilyn
    I have just purchase some rhizomes from a lady in NSW. I'm ready to plant them. I have her contact details at home if you wish to followup a seller. Email me if you wish to have her contact det...
    in Yacon
  • 26 Jul - Mariam
    I stay near Orlando. I planted some watermelon seeds in a pot inside my house few days ago. Now 2 of them are growing in the pot. Then I don't know should I take the pot out and put it in the yard...
    in Watermelon
  • 26 Jul - John
    Your location is fine. If it is against a wall that will get hot in the summer you may need to move them to a north-easterly or easterly aspect
    in Strawberry Plants
  • 26 Jul - Mike
    The best place is to give them sun all or most of the day - is the important thing.
    in Strawberry Plants
  • 26 Jul - Howard
    Live in Queensland Australia am about to plant seeds from chilli .anything special ishoukd do?
    in Chilli peppers

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