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Planting in October - Gardenate

Garlic Plant cloves. Garlic can overwinter. Cover with a good layer of mulch . In areas where frost persists into March/ April, expect to harvest your garlic in June/July.

Planning for November

Nothing much to plant this month. You can read gardening books and plan the garden!

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Recent Comments

  • 28 Sep - Garry
    Hello there,just wondering if I can grow watermelon and rockmelon close together. Thanks Garry.
    in Watermelon
  • 27 Sep - DAVE MILES
    Australian Brown are starting to have seed stems, should I cut them off or allowed to seed
    in Onion
  • 27 Sep - Dalton Thomas
    Im from Tropical rain season all year round area and Im planing to grow white onion. How can I succeed on growing bunch of white onion. Any good idea? Im from republic of Palau.
    in Onion
  • 26 Sep -
    Probably not - if so probably expensive. In Australia a 9 mth crown is about $10 - a 2 yr old probably $30 and you would need 3-6.
    in Asparagus
  • 26 Sep - Anonymous
    Go to Broad beans, set your climate zone to USA 7B and it it all there when to plant in the calander guide.
    in Broad Beans
  • 26 Sep - Irene
    Just wondering, though ... wouldn't your 'climatic conditions' be different in your pantry than in your 'outdoors'? Just because the 'climate' (temp etc) was ok in the pantry, would that necess...
    in Potato
  • 26 Sep - Brodie O'Donnell
    Can I grow watermelons in Southland.?
    in Watermelon

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