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Sweet Potato (also Kumara) Plant crowns

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Sweet Potato (also Kumara) Plant crowns

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    I planted out celeriac from Mitre10 in Jan or early Feb. I've harvested 6 huge balls in the last 4 weeks and wish I had more. They have been very worthwhile, didn't take a lot of space, got good w...
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    What fertiliser I need to use is blooming now. This is nearly end of autumn. Start to see the bean but quite small. What fertiliser I need to grow bigger bean? First time to see the flower is lig...
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  • 14 May - Trevor
    Can I transplant a chilli plant after a few months of growth? Approx 6 inches high. It is in a crowded box
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  • 14 May - Lesley Greaves
    Can I buy a crown from a garden centre
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    My Albion and Tiny Treasures strawberries not sweet. What liquid fertilizer should I use? Fish emulsion, Seawed Magic, Worm tea or something else? Also how often? Albion growing one plant each on ...
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  • 12 May - Anonymous
    I always grow my garlic from grocery store garlic, if I have no planting cloves of my own. I am in zone7...it alwAys germinated and proceeds to grow beautiful large garlic! I ordered some a good...
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