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Recent Comments

  • 30 Sep - Sylvia Wong
    Hi Merril, May I share some yacon starter plant from you pls. I live in Auckland wish to grow that in my garden. I can buy from you so pls let me know the cost. Looking forward for your r...
    in Yacon
  • 30 Sep -
    Try seed selling companies on the internet.
    in Okra
  • 29 Sep - Mai
    I've just purchased yesterday, 4 of the 2 yr crowns from Guilford Garden Centre in Perth. This is my first time growing asparagus so I'm very curious, have lots of questions to ask......Now one of...
    in Asparagus
  • 29 Sep - Andrea
    I have been growing coriander in Middlemarch for the past three years, and it gets through the winter with no damage. Plants from seed direct sown in autumn, while small, have handled frosts of mi...
    in Coriander
  • 29 Sep - THUSO
    I stay in kimberley (south africa) where can i get okro?
    in Okra
  • 29 Sep -
    The planting guide at the top of the page says to plant Oct to Feb, the reason probably is the soil temp. It needs warmer soil temp to germinate. Why because it is a summer crop NOT a winter crop.
    in Okra
  • 28 Sep - Joe Trzcinka
    I have had excellent luck planting just about 2 inches deep and 6 to 8 inches apart. I do cover with a few inches of chopped leaves or straw to protect from freeze
    in Garlic

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