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Planting in October - Gardenate

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Recent comments/tips

  • 22 Jan - Steve Williams
    I used to live in Sydney and greww Endive very easily, now i live in Cairns and cannot for the life of me get any up and running ? Nor can i buy it from anywhere , even Bunnings , Any info please...
    in Endive
  • 22 Jan - zeta
    just learned about male and female capsicum my question is do I need both seeds or will they grow from either?
    in Capsicum
  • 22 Jan - Mike
    By this website you are a little late. Give it a go and see what happens.
    in Potato
  • 22 Jan - Mike
    Try putting it where it gets part shade during the day and keep the water up to it. Good draining soil.
    in Rhubarb
  • 21 Jan - Graham
    I have just raised asparagus (Fat Bastard) from seed . I have two plants per 4 inch pot planted in November 2017 & seedlings 4-6inches high. Should I plant these out to permanent garden beds now o...
    in Asparagus
  • 21 Jan - Norma Bowden
    Hi, when you say the fruit is ready when it falls from the vine, does that mean the withering of the plant where the melon is attached? Also, should the melons be lifted from the soil as they gr...
    in Rockmelon
  • 21 Jan - Lorna Findlay
    I would like to grow potatoes in bags and i dont know if its too late in Bombala nsw? Its late january
    in Potato

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