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Planting in September - Gardenate

Capsicum (also Bell peppers, Sweet peppers) Sow seed

Planning for October

Capsicum (also Bell peppers, Sweet peppers) Sow seed
Strawberry Plants Plant out (transplant) seedlings

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Recent Comments

  • 12 Sep - Stephanie
    I have potatoes growing in last years patch, from some left behind and unharvested. They look healthy, will they give a reasonable crop or should I pull them and put new seed potatoes in?
    in Potato
  • 10 Sep - Jerry Michael Eisenband
    Can I grow them in West Palm Beach, FL?
    in Cape Gooseberry
  • 09 Sep - Anon
    Water the garden the day before you are going to plant the seeds. Put the seeds in a glass of water the night before you are going to plant them. Plant the seeds the next day and give a light wate...
    in Beans - climbing
  • 09 Sep - Anon
    About each 4-5 weeks.
    in Beans - climbing
  • 09 Sep - Anon
    Yes - have good fertile soil to start with and make sure you water them regularly.
    in Cucumber
  • 09 Sep - Anon
    Strawberries are shallow rooted so keep the water up to them. Check the soil to see if it is dry or wet. A good watering 3 times a week. Later in the year they will send out new runners.
    in Strawberry Plants
  • 09 Sep - Anon
    Stick your finger in the soil, down about 3-4 cm
    in Garlic

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