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Planting in December - Gardenate

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

Planning for January

Chicory (also Witloof, Belgian endive) Start undercover in seed trays and plant out in 4-6 weeks

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    Best to harvest 15-20 weeks after planting
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    Best to wait until February/March/April
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  • 19 Sep - Ken
    Australian Marrow varieties, like Zuccini are all from the Pepo family of pumpkins. Female flowers will have a tiny immature fruit at the base, while male flowers will end at the stem. Its normal...
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  • 19 Sep - Amanda
    I thought my watermelons had died off but in the beginning of this month (September) they decided to start growing again any chance they will actually survive or am I wasting my time?
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    Have been away and have come home and asparagus is already up, do I cut if and start again or just harvest what comes up?
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  • 18 Sep - Tania from Hyde
    I sow mine in late Sept in trays which i then put in the bottom of a large Sistema container with lid...I pop this out in the sun during day...moving lid around for heat and close it at night...if...
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