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Planting in October - Gardenate

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Recent comments/tips

  • 23 Feb - Pete
    You can encourage pumpkins to put out more female flowers by snipping the growing end off after about 1.5 to 2m of vine. This made side shoots, which tend to make more females.
    in Cucumber
  • 23 Feb - Sandy
    I bought a seedling last year from Bunnings. Might pay to keep an eye out. You can use bulbs you buy in the grocery store.
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 23 Feb - Sandy
    I planted my JA's last year (late) and didn't harvest them. This year thaey have gone mad. The article says 1.5m tall. Mine are 2.5mts+ with plenty of flowers. Looking forward to harvesting them I...
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 23 Feb - John
    Plant Zero in Aucklnd list French Tarragon. There may be others. P: 0275197108
    in French tarragon
  • 23 Feb - John
    You could certainly grow another crop of potatoes in Sydney. Unless you were a commercial grower it would be difficult to find'certified' seed potatoes at this time of the year. You could plant sm...
    in Potato
  • 23 Feb - John
    If you plant your garlic at the back and the soil is in good condition there is no reason why you couldn't plant garlic long the back and 2 or 3 rows of beetroot. Keep the water up and you shouldn...
    in Beetroot
  • 22 Feb - ebony
    thank you for your help
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