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Planting in November - Gardenate

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Recent Comments

  • 17 Nov - Roy van Deemter
    My rhubarb is about ten years old. The plant has never been higher than 10 cm's with one or two leaves the size of a normal hand. Every year I leave it thinking next year it will grow better. Unfo...
    in Rhubarb
  • 17 Nov - Jenny
    I often plant carrot seeds in Adelaide and they are always successful. I need to plant more but wondered if it was advisable to plant just before a heatwave? Tomorrow is forecast 31, tuesday 34 an...
    in Carrot
  • 17 Nov - Allan Clarke
    Hello to all at Gardenate, I see that you say that tomatoes can be frozen, but it is my experience that on thawing they go all soggy, and will not hold there shape, is this correct. Have a great...
    in Tomato
  • 16 Nov - Jennifer S
    I found tomatillo seeds online, The Seed Collection. I am just about to plant out my seedlings, along with a few heirloom tomato varieties today. Its the first time I have tried to grow these in ...
    in Tomatillo
  • 16 Nov - Michelle
    My Basil has grown all year round in Melbourne as I gave it protection from the wintery frost.
    in Basil
  • 16 Nov - Mick
    What fertiliser can you use on apple cucumbers crystal
    in Cucumber
  • 16 Nov - Anne Hay
    What sort of of soil should be used for growing watermelon. Should they be grown in the sun or shade and what do you feed them please.
    in Watermelon

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