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Planting in September - GardenGrow

Beans - broad beans, fava beans (also Fava bean) Sow seed
Cabbage Sow seed
Garlic Plant cloves
Shallots (also Eschalots) Sow seed
Spinach (also English spinach) Sow seed
Turnip Sow seed

Planning for October

Garlic Plant cloves

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Recent Comments

  • 11 Nov - Liz
    Most curcubits (cucumbers, courgettes etc) produce male flowers first. If the weather is cool, no female flowers appear for a while. If the immature cucumber falls off it has not been fertilised. ...
    in Cucumber
  • 11 Nov - Bhaidas Bhula
    Sometimes the cucumber plant only has male flowers. Is this normal? and sometimes the female flower forms a cucumber and shrinks and falls off.Why is this?
    in Cucumber
  • 11 Nov -
    Try an on-line search 'Growing ginger in NZ'
    in Ginger
  • 11 Nov - anon
    Search for some seed selling companies on the internet in NZ.
    in Horseradish
  • 10 Nov - Mary Shute
    How deep do you plant ginger?
    in Ginger
  • 10 Nov - keith walker
    Hello, I have just moved to New Zealand and i am trying to find some Horseradish root to grow in my new veg patch. i am in Cambridge if anybody can help i would be very grateful regards Keith
    in Horseradish
  • 10 Nov - Kristina
    Hi Anna, Can I have some of yours later? I live in Northland. My email is [email protected] Thank you.
    in Horseradish

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