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Planting in December - Gardenate

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    I have onions that need transplanting is it the right time, will appreciate the advice.
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    Can ginger grow effectively in Johannesburg South that gets a summer rainfall?
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    I am an eight a and now they are calling at 8B. I’ve grown sweet potatoes, very successfully in the ground the past two years, Your greenhouse if it is heat controlled should grow them very well b...
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    what is the biggest type of pumpkin in a zone 8b area?
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    Does anyone have Summer Squash also known as Crookneck squash seeds to share? I have looked everywhere and cannot find a supplier here in NZ.
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  • 26 Nov - Malcolm
    are we allowed to grow in South Australia
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  • 26 Nov - Celeste Archer
    In addition to my prior reply: don't forget to check the weather OVER the ENTIRE duration of growth. That is, the average days to harvest for carrots is 60 to 80 days. The days to harvest are c...
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