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Planting in Canada - Zone 7b Mild Temperate regions

Planting in November - Gardenate

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Planning for December

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Recent Comments

  • 13 Nov - anon
    Read the information here about growing them. Asking how to produce the sweetest WM is an impossible question. It is like asking which is the sweetest in a bin of 50 of them.
    in Watermelon
  • 13 Nov - anon
    Pull apart.
    in Onion
  • 13 Nov - anon
    Usually have to plant seeds.
    in Watermelon
  • 12 Nov - Anon
    You plant a knob of it. (One with a shoot helps)
    in Ginger
  • 12 Nov - Another gardener
    Probably not being pollinated. Do it by hand. e g just take one of the "male" flowers (the ones on stalks - and a single stem inside the flower), peel the petals off the male flower to make it ea...
    in Squash
  • 12 Nov - Another gardener
    Hi I'M from Australia. I comment on Aust and NZ Gardenate questions. This website tells you when to plant and provides information about growing the crop. If there is not enough info here go onto...
    in Watermelon
  • 11 Nov - Liz
    Most curcubits (cucumbers, courgettes etc) produce male flowers first. If the weather is cool, no female flowers appear for a while. If the immature cucumber falls off it has not been fertilised. ...
    in Cucumber

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