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Recent Comments

  • 24 May - Anne
    Have been growing Broad Beans for many years. The past couple of years germination has been problematic, but this year is the worst ever. Have planted seeds dry, soaked overnight in water, also we...
    in Beans - broad beans, fava beans
  • 24 May - Yvonne Hermann
    I bought a large bag of salad(red) onions but due to unfortunate circumstances didn’t get use a lot of them. I now have approx 70 shooting onions. Can I plant these and will they produce new on...
    in Onion
  • 24 May - Chris
    I would just put a few back in the ground. They'll regrow in spring. Very hard to kill.
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 24 May - Chris
    I just leave a few tubers in the ground. They regrow in the spring so long as they get a bit of water. Frost doesn't stop them.
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 23 May - Liz
    Have a look at the information on this page www.gardenate.com/plant/Beetroot?zone=3
    in Beetroot
  • 23 May - Liz
    Tomatoes are frost tender, so yes you need some sort of protection for them, if you want to grow all the year round.
    in Tomato
  • 23 May - Brod
    How can i grow Tomatoes all year round in CHB Do i need a Greenhouse?????? In winter we get regular frosts
    in Tomato

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