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Planting in October - Gardenate

Garlic Plant in garden.

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  • 22 Feb - kishore
    Hi I live in Australia-Sydney. I want to grow second crop of potatoes. How can I do that and where can I get the seed potatoes for second crop during Dec-January? Thanks
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    I have a 90 cm strip facing north running along boundary fence.I am thinking of planting a row of garlic and a row of beetroot side by side. Is it alright to do so? Please help.
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  • 22 Feb - John
    Search 'yacon tubers for sale' on the internet. I did and came up with a number of suppliers including Bakers Creek Heirloom Seeds in the USA, along with others. Trust this helps
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  • 22 Feb - Martin Gillion
    Any idea where I can buy F Tarragon plants in Auckland - North Shore?
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