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Planting in November - Gardenate

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Recent Comments

  • 19 Mar - ALB
    Yes. I dug 2 rosemary plants out of my garden in late September and have used a grow light (4) hours daily plus kept them in my sunniest window all winter. They are still making leaves.
    in Rosemary
  • 17 Mar - Veronica @Bundaberg
    Sweet potatoes are more a perennial plant, meaning they can be left in the same spot for at least 2 years. Furthermore, when harvesting, you need to dig around in the soil, which is not convenient...
    in Beans - climbing
  • 17 Mar - Donna
    Can I plant garlic now (mid March) I have some that has sprouted... or to late this year?
    in Garlic
  • 17 Mar - marco
    google .organic shop vegetables. you can pick up 3 organic hard neck for about 10 dollars ... australian red for gold coast or logan ...soak in water , i use worm compost water for 1 night before ...
    in Garlic
  • 17 Mar - Adrian
    What is the best defence against White Butterfly ?
    in Brussels sprouts
  • 16 Mar - Celeste Archer
    I generally have garlic in my compost -- little bits that have maybe rotted a bit, and I can't even imagine how they grow -- but anyhow ---- I dig kitchen scraps directly into the garden over wint...
    in Garlic
  • 16 Mar - Berylee Lay
    It's usually called Fordhook Giant on the punnet labels.
    in Silverbeet

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