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Recent Comments

  • 24 Jan - Anonymous
    Any variety and a sunny position. Pots require a lot of looking after.
    in Amaranth
  • 24 Jan - Anonymous
    The guide here says plants seeds in March and plant out in May. Most veggies need plenty of sun.
    in Brussels sprouts
  • 24 Jan - Anonymous
    Check for bean fly grub in the stems. I dont grow beans in Autumn for that reason, grow mine in Spring
    in Beans - climbing
  • 24 Jan - Anonymous
    If in pots they need more regular fertilising, Go by the label.
    in Ginger
  • 24 Jan - Mssashi Ura
    I just discovered lots of curl grubs in ginger roots when I replanted them because they are not going well. Is there any method to prevent curl grubs? Neem oil works but is not suitable for edible...
    in Ginger
  • 24 Jan - Cheryl Driscoll
    Can you please advise where I can buy Jerusalem Artichoke and have it delivered to N.B. Thank you
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 22 Jan - Bill Horn
    Living in Palm Springs. What variety of Amarthants should I try to grow. I have shaded North side or a VERY sunny West patio landscaping beds and patio......in ground or in pots? Help please. ...
    in Amaranth

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