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Planting in Canada - zone 4a Temperate Warm Summer regions

Planting in December - Gardenate

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  • 05 Dec - nancy aldape
    I love sunflowers
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  • 02 Dec - Mazzy
    This response is probably a bit late but laws are quite strict in Australia about importing seeds from overseas due to the risk of introducing plant diseases.
    in Okra
  • 01 Dec - Lina Vennix
    I would like to thank Ken for his advice on 23/9/23 I have successfully grow the marrows and have had to hand pollinate the flowers using a small brush. A lot of the small female fruit have dropp...
    in Marrow
  • 30 Nov -
    You could try but it does say Feb - April.
    in Onion
  • 30 Nov -
    Too much leaf is too much nitrogen.
    in Sweet Potato
  • 30 Nov -
    Most crops need plenty of sun otherwise they grow small and weak. There are different varieties to plant in summer or winter.
    in Lettuce
  • 30 Nov -
    Go to google and type buy yacon plants.
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