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Planting in June - Gardenate

Rockmelon (also Canteloupe) Sow seed
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Watermelon Sow seed

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Recent comments/tips

  • 17 Oct - Danie
    Do I have to roll the leaves of the plants to enhance bulb forming at this time before they are harvested to prevent new growth?
    in Onion
  • 17 Oct - Miriam Blye
    Yes above the ground in garden beds
    in Kohlrabi
  • 16 Oct - Mike
    I don't know about where you live, but we have had quite a warm winter. So I think it has to do with the weather. I had the same problem with broccoli and savoy cabbage. Probably better to plant i...
    in Cauliflower
  • 16 Oct - Deana weston
    Is there anyone that has any yam plants for sale or seeds. Or does anyone know where to buy them from regards Deana weston
    in Yam/Oka
  • 16 Oct - Lewis
    Oops! I meant I planted them in early June!! Thanks
    in Cauliflower
  • 16 Oct - Mike
    It does say plant straight into the garden. A general rule I use is - if a very small/small seed use a pot or seed tray. If seed is bigger then straight into the garden. A small seed (cabbage/lett...
    in Kohlrabi
  • 16 Oct - Mike
    Depending on where you live - I wouldn't leave them in the ground if a chance of rain/heavy rain - they would rot. We are having the wettest Oct on record where I live. Maybe store in a box with s...
    in Yacon

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