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Planting in December - Gardenate

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Recent Comments

  • 07 Dec - Dot
    What is real spinarch, perpetual spinarch?
    in NZ Spinach
  • 07 Dec - Paula
    I have never chilled mine and they do okay. I don't know the type as I have as I started with grocery store bulbs, but I have read that soft neck varieties do better in warm climates.
    in Garlic
  • 07 Dec - Paula
    Lindsay, my parents grew it in either 9b or 10a under the shade of a citrus tree. It never got as spectacular as those grown in cooler climates but they did get some fresh stalks for about 5 years.
    in Rhubarb
  • 05 Dec - Tamra Stafford
    Our choko vine produces very well, but the majority of the chokos appear to be stung or dimpled. What is doing this, and can we stop it.
    in Choko/Chayote
  • 05 Dec - Harold J Roth
    What varieties of cucumbers do best in zone 10A
    in Cucumber
  • 05 Dec - Harold J Roth
    What varieties of carrots do best is zone 10A ?
    in Carrot
  • 05 Dec - Jennifer
    I am in southeastern coastal North Carolina and planted asparagus last Feb. They did awesome, and still are doing great, so I don’t know when to cut them back so they start growing next year. They...
    in Asparagus

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