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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

  • 06 Apr - Jeanette Hagan
    We bought a packet of bean seeds about 6 years ago from M10. Unfortunately we lost the packet and can't identify the name of the bean. Can anyone help. The seed is black when you plant it. The be...
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  • 06 Apr - Maria
    Can I grow ginger in a greenhouse? I know winter is coming... but I just want to save my shoots...
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  • 06 Apr - Jenni
    Hi, we use a mix of 1 tablespoon molasses to 1 litre water on caterpillars in corn, swamp lilies, and new cycad leaves. Molasses is available in 2 litre containers from produce stores. Good luck.
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  • 06 Apr - anonymous
    Try looking on the internet - Google it.
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  • 06 Apr - Anon
    I would suggest you look up tropical and sub-tropical climates in Australia or USA etc and check what they do there.
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  • 06 Apr - Anon
    Go to iView (ABC TV) on the internet and find Landline from yesterday Sunday 5/04/20 and watch the show. There is a story about the army worm (I think) that has just arrived in Northern Australia ...
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  • 06 Apr - Anon
    250-300mm of soil.
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