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Planting in Canada - zone 4a Temperate Warm Summer regions

Planting in November - Gardenate

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  • 16 Nov - Gloria
    I planted about a dozen shallot bulbs 3 months ago in a slightly raised bed in partial shade Waited for them to start flowering then died back. Today I dug them up and they had not developed shal...
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  • 16 Nov - brian hoare
    When is a good time to grow brussels sprouts in cool climate from seeds to avoid hot weather?
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  • 15 Nov - Anonymous
    Read the notes here about when to harvest.
    in Kale
  • 15 Nov - Anonymous
    Hope you planted them the right time of the year, suitable to your climate zone. Raise them in seed raising mixture, keep damp but not soaking wet.
    in Kale
  • 15 Nov -
    yes - try and pick just before the go to seed.
    in Shallots
  • 14 Nov - Corena Hur
    Thank you, Bobbi, this information is a great encouragement for leaving my eggplant over winter in Austin area.
    in Eggplant
  • 14 Nov - Pamela Rudolph
    What type of soil is best for growing Dill?
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