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Recent Comments

  • 01 Feb - Louise
    Could you tell me if you think it’s too early to plant mange tout seeds in a raised bed now early Feb - I am in the north west of England - will frost wipe the seedlings out? Or does it give me a...
    in Snow Peas
  • 01 Feb - Elaine
    Yes! I live in south Spain which is zone 9b/10a and grew loofah plants successfully in 2021. We had a couple of weeks over 40c (105f) and it grew like crazy! Use straw mulch and water well twice ...
    in Luffa
  • 01 Feb - Anonymous
    Not advised. Choose any variety.
    in Okra
  • 30 Jan - Sharon
    Can i grow okra year around? What variety to plant?
    in Okra
  • 30 Jan - phil coppola
    What variety of rhubarb is best to grow as a perennial in zone 7. I tried rhubarb about 45 years ago and was unsuccessful. Reason being that the temperature in the winter wasn't cold enough in the...
    in Rhubarb
  • 30 Jan - Renee
    Depends on the type. There are "bush" peas that only get 2-3' foot tall but still need support. Then there are "climbing" types that can get up to 6'. The short ones produce peas sooner than the t...
    in Peas
  • 29 Jan - Gladis
    What variety grows best in zone 10a (Southern California)?
    in Onion

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