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Planting in October - Gardenate

Garlic Plant cloves. Garlic can overwinter. Cover with a good layer of mulch . In areas where frost persists into March/ April, expect to harvest your garlic in June/July.

Planning for November

Nothing much to plant this month. You can read gardening books and plan the garden!

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Recent Comments

  • 29 Oct - John Phuravhathu
    How many seeds per hole for okra.
    in Okra
  • 29 Oct - Anonymous
    Go to your climate zone and check it in the planting calendar guide. S = plant seeds undercover in trays.
    in Capsicum
  • 29 Oct - Anonymous
    Ginger is a warm/hot weather crop. When you go to a vegetable in your climate zone and there is no recommended planting months it means you probably can't grow it where you live. Read up about how...
    in Ginger
  • 29 Oct - Anonymous
    Check the planting time from the planting calendar in Asparagus page. Also google how to grow and harvest it.
    in Asparagus
  • 28 Oct - Anonymous
    Plant Spacing- 160-200cm, 5-7 feet. That is between each plant.
    in Artichokes (Globe)
  • 28 Oct - Karen Jean
    Can I grow artichoke seed green globe & Purple of Romagna in a plant pot? I have a 14” pot or should I go larger? How many seeds should I plant in one?
    in Artichokes (Globe)
  • 27 Oct - Zena Johnson
    Hi where can i buy a burdock root that i can eat or grow
    in Burdock

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