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Planting in June - Gardenate

Sweet Potato (also Kumara) Plant crowns

Planning for July

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

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  • 21 Jun - Mike L
    I don't know the techie stuff about compost but I thought the greens (N) was only there to break down the brown (C) And you need to combine them with water and air to achieve compost. Once the N h...
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  • 21 Jun - Mike L
    The article says it is really a beet.
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  • 20 Jun - Steve from Kanahooka NSW
    Hi Mike, Very interesting tips, I will try the worm castings in the shade cloth, sounds good. I also use brown gum leaves as a mulch around the plants, the garden worms love it, I also dig my brow...
    in Cabbage
  • 20 Jun - Mike L
    Type into google "shallot bulbs" go to the " Images of shallot bulbs". Look through the different photos. The photos where there a bunch of bulbs stuck together are what I believe are shallots. Th...
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  • 20 Jun - Mike L
    From Gardening website.--
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  • 20 Jun - Marie
    Sure do have heaps. Available weekends. Hope my email shows up this time. [email protected] (We usually do not add emails unless they are part of the text - Liz)
    in Horseradish
  • 19 Jun - Liz
    Set your zone at the top of this page and check info there
    in Jerusalem Artichokes

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