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Planting in May - Gardenate

Rockmelon (also Canteloupe) Sow seed
Watermelon Start in seed trays or plant out (transplant) seedlings or sow seed

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Rockmelon (also Canteloupe) Sow seed
Watermelon Start in seed trays or plant out (transplant) seedlings or sow seed

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Recent Comments

  • 26 May - Lee
    I am in zone 10a & 10b. Last year I started my watermelons on memorial day, not intentionally, and they grew really well. Today is memorial weekend and I'm planting mine now. I wouldn't say wait o...
    in Watermelon
  • 25 May - Peter
    Yes, I think you are right anyhow, I have plenty of Tomato Stakes, will just get em out and go for it. Thanks for the Reply. Cheers. Pete.
    in Broad Beans
  • 24 May - Anonymous
    Is the end of May too late to start sunflowers in Zone 9b?
    in Sunflower
  • 22 May - Madeleine
    I planted my seeds directly in the garden over the May long weekend. Will they grow?
    in Broccoli
  • 22 May - Barbara
    Varieties of Jerusalem artichokes available at Livingseeds
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 22 May - Sheree Boyd
    You can buy burdock seeds from Kings Seeds online, product code #6500.
    in Burdock
  • 21 May - Texas Grown
    I've never tried growing artichokes but I get a lot of wind here too. Even in sheltered spots, the wind can really dry out a plant fast. Use enough mulch and water using soaker or drip under the m...
    in Artichokes (Globe)

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