Planting in December - GardenGrow

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Recent Comments

  • 27 Nov - Elysa Dennett
    Does anyone have Summer Squash also known as Crookneck squash seeds to share? I have looked everywhere and cannot find a supplier here in NZ.
    in Gourd
  • 26 Nov -
    Are there recommendations for sowing cabbage seeds that are tolerant of hot days (17 to 21 deg C and cooler nights 6 to 10 deg C as experienced in the central N.I. I do OK with shop bought punn...
    in Cabbage
  • 21 Nov - Anthony
    .I Grow mine in September. I Grow my seeds in toilet rolls with seedling mix. 10 day or less to germinate.. plant out before bees arrive about in September ,October.(will help pollinate the flower...
    in Broad Beans
  • 18 Nov - Cesare Stella
    just get some from the supermarket
    in Jerusalem Artichokes
  • 06 Nov - Bridget kor
    My ginger was growing well after getting a piece of my neighbours established plant. We have had a very wet winter and after dieing right back it has not resprouted. Neither had the neighbours...
    in Ginger
  • 01 Nov - Prakash Chandra
    Try internet Bunnings and other places have seeds as November is here it’s planting time .Cheaper to plant Seedlings .plenty of plants Seedlings sold in Auckland markets
    in Okra
  • 19 Oct -
    Try the internet.
    in Jerusalem Artichokes

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