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Garlic 13 Feb, Cas (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Look it up. Hit , make sure it's your zone at the top of the page. Likely Apr/May/Jun
Peas 11 Feb, William Maconachie (Australia - tropical climate)
Will sweet peas grow and flower in Cairns, Far North Qld ?
Peas 12 Feb, (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Go BOONDIE seeds and read up about them. And google what climate sweet peas need.
Beans - broad beans, fava beans (also Fava bean) 10 Feb, Anne Brooker (Australia - temperate climate)
Where can I buy the the green fava bean seeds
Beans - broad beans, fava beans (also Fava bean) 11 Feb, (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Eden SEEDS.
Tomato 09 Feb, WALTER (South Africa - Humid sub-tropical climate)
Hello, what kind of tomato variaties can be grown in East African conditions more so in central Uganda.
Tomato 10 Feb, Anon (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
Look up on the internet or phone seed selling companies. Go to local nurseries and ask.
Rhubarb 09 Feb, Mary Russell (Australia - arid climate)
I am growing my rhubarb in a tub.The plant grows 3 slim stalks .One stalk dies then another grows.lt keeps repeating this pattern.So into able to use in cooking I keep the plant in semi shade as the sun was too harsh in good topsoil Can you help please
Rhubarb 15 Feb, Cassie (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Also rhubarb is a heavy feeder and evolved in cooler temperate climates. It does not like its roots to get hot and being in a tub in a hot climate might be impairing irs growth
Rhubarb 10 Feb, Another gardener (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Rhubarb needs full sun and tolerates light shade. As I have outside garden beds I don't do pots. Pots need a lot more attention to soil requirements and watering. In most cases plants will survive in hot weather if watered regularly and if need be some shade. You say in a tub, does it have enough drainage.
Tomato 08 Feb, Igna Prinsloo (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
Can I still plant tamatoes beginning February in Bloemfontein
Tomato 10 Feb, anon (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
If you set your climate to summer rainfall and look in tomatoes, it is right in front of you, plant SEPT TO MARCH.
Potato 07 Feb, Claudia Muscat (Australia - temperate climate)
Can i plant potatoes in February? I m in NSW Wollongong area
Potato 09 Feb, Liz (New Zealand - temperate climate)
Check here for suitable planting times www.gardenate.com/plant/Potato?zone=2
Potato 06 Feb, Margareth Parua (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
Where can I buy sequoia potato seedlings?
Potato 06 Feb, Anon (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
You actually buy seed potatoes. That is actually a potato to plant not a seed.
Potato 06 Feb, Anon (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Look up seed selling companies, nurseries, farm produce agencies.
Potato 05 Feb, Lee Godfrey (USA - Zone 7a climate)
How much sun do potatoes need.. Can they be planted in the morning shade and evening sun
Potato 06 Feb, Anon (Australia - arid climate)
Most plants need about 5 + hrs. Look it up on the internet, google it.
Asparagus 05 Feb, Frank A. Davis (USA - Zone 9a climate)
I live just North of Houston, Texas (20 miles) and I wanted to know if there was any way that Asparagus can be grown here. If so, what is there name or names?
Asparagus 06 Feb, anon (Australia - arid climate)
Work out your climate zone from the blue tab above. Then check asparagus and look in the calendar to see what month you can plant or google it..
Rockmelon (also Canteloupe) 04 Feb, Vicki (Australia - temperate climate)
I managed to grow two rockmelon vines. The season is now coming to an end. Do you rip the vines out at the end of the season? Or leave them dormant until next year?
Rockmelon (also Canteloupe) 10 Feb, (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
They are annual plants.
Asparagus 03 Feb, ASHWANI BHATNAGAR (Canada - Zone 8a Mild Temperate climate)
Hi, I live in Vancouver, BC, Canada. I want to start growing Asparagus in my very small backyard to start with. I am looking for someone who can guide me. I am ready to pay consulting fees. Please advise. Best Regards, Ash
Asparagus 06 Feb, anonymous (Australia - arid climate)
Work out your climate zone from the blue tab above and then check to see if you can plant asparagus in the calendar table at the top.
Rocket (also Arugula/Rucola) 03 Feb, Andrea Hazeldine (New Zealand - temperate climate)
We live in the bush, with less sun hours than most. Will it still be possible to grow Rocket?
Rocket (also Arugula/Rucola) 04 Feb, (New Zealand - sub-tropical climate)
Some plants need 4-6 hrs sunlight per day some need 6-8 hrs etc. Look up the internet for hrs of sunlight needed for vegetables. You can only give it a try.
Potato 03 Feb, tristan kawau (Australia - temperate climate)
this so helpful
Rosella (also Queensland Jam Plant, Roselle) 02 Feb, Clive (Australia - temperate climate)
I have 11 big healthy rosella plants. No fruit or flowers are showing. Bit worried. Grown from seeds from last years plant as well as some seeds i bought off Ebay. Planted in trays Sept and transplanted into garden Oct 2019. Plants have grown quite big but are not flowering. Is it the extra heat this year? Will they still flower?
Rosella (also Queensland Jam Plant, Roselle) 18 Feb, Clive (Australia - temperate climate)
Things are looking up. 19/02/2020. Buds are appearing on the bushes. First flower out this morning. Awesome
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