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  • 21 Jan - Krystyna
    I would love to plant horseradish in my garden is there anyone in Hamilton area who can spare a piece of root.
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  • 20 Jan - Another gardener
    I live sub-tropical Queensland Australia, strawberry plants here send out runners from early summer. These runners develop new plants along the runner. These new plants are transplanted out early ...
    in Strawberry Plants
  • 19 Jan - Linda Garland
    If I cut end of season cardoons down to about 10 inches above the grou d will they still send out shoots?
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  • 17 Jan - Owen Dawe
    Planting seedlings ok.
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  • 16 Jan - Suzanne
    I live in central auckland and grow strawberries in a large concrete trough approx 340 mm deep and wide. I had the opportunity to get a number of strawberry plants a few days ago, and want to kno...
    in Strawberry Plants
  • 16 Jan - Danielle Saunders
    Hi Keith, I have just been given some horseradish plants. Would you like some once I have more? I'm in the waikato also. Email me [email protected] cheers.
    in Horseradish
  • 15 Jan - Anon
    Go to the top of the page and look in the calendar months for the Green cells with a white P.
    in Beans - climbing

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