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Recent Comments

  • 17 Jun - Susan Du Plooy
    I want to start growing ginger .... near Bronkhorstspruit Gauteng
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  • 17 Jun - Liz Goldsworthy
    Hi, does anyone know where i can buy Yakon tubers from?
    in Yacon
  • 17 Jun - joe graham
    as with my egg plant my zucchinis are still producing most times 3 from each plant every 3 days'they are the blackjack variety. the seed was planted first week of December. whats happening is c...
    in Zucchini
  • 17 Jun - joe graham
    just a question my egg plant is still producing fruit. i live an hour north of Sydney. its the middle of June.its flowering like crazy and has about 10 on it ranging in size from tennis ball size ...
    in Eggplant
  • 16 Jun - Lois
    Thanks Liz. Gail, if you have time to keep in touch, my email is [email protected] Thank you
    in Sage
  • 16 Jun - Lois
    Hi Gail, i'd be interested in hearing about your white sage growing. Hopefully my email address is visible t you! Cheers, Lois (Gardenate doesn't show email addresses unless they are part of t...
    in Sage
  • 16 Jun - Judy Budgen
    Full grown rosella bushes looking very healthy, and then suddenly wilting and dying for no visable reason. They were just starting to flower and some very starting to set fruit. Any help would be ...
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