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Recent Comments

  • 12 Jun -
    If you can hold out for a couple of months that will give the seedlings the best chance
    in Pumpkin
  • 10 Jun - Sherry
    I am in 10b. Which rhubarb can I grow here? Is it a perennial or annual in my zone?
    in Rhubarb
  • 10 Jun - Cait
    We live in NSW, and have got some butternut pumpkin seedlings that we have grown from seed (we weren't sure if they'd grow but have). Do they have a chance at growing sucessfully, or is it too ear...
    in Pumpkin
  • 10 Jun -
    If it is hot a good watering 3 times a week - not so hot 2 times a week. Small plants need small waterings more often. The finger test is a good indicator also.
    in Tomato
  • 10 Jun -
    Probably not, depends if you look after them carefully. It is a fine line between over watering and under watering. Then watering them regularly as they grow. Seedlings are very slow growing the f...
    in Broccoli
  • 10 Jun -
    Read the notes about it.
    in Parsley
  • 09 Jun - Anonymous
    Did you actually try to grow KangaRhu? I love rhubarb but don’t want to waste my $$ if you had any advice. I’m in 9a. Thanks in any help.
    in Rhubarb

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