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Candidate for Best failed attempt at growing ve...

Maryvee is talking about growing Something else from Bay of Plenty

Newbie at sowing garlic, so I decided to plant only 5 cloves. The rest of the 1kg elephant garlic I purchased were either roasted or given to my neighbours.

Preped my soil with blood and bone and green manure. Chuck the galic cloves on ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 19:12pm on 7th December 2016

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Lettuce,Beans and Silverbeet on the menu

Marlin is talking about growing Capsicum, Lettuce, Silverbeet, Sweetcorn, Tomato, Zucchini from Bay of Plenty

Well it's been a struggle with Slugs and Snails and now its warmed up ants have come in tho play aswell.But we have been eating plenty of Silverbeet and now the lettuce and beans are ready for the table also.Just planted out the Big Zac Tomato ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:12pm on 3rd December 2016

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Partial Neglect

rocky1 is talking about growing Beetroot, Capsicum, Chilli, Cucumber, Lettuce, Peas, Tomato, Zucchini from Bay of Plenty

It seems that the garden/plants love a little neglect...as long as we remember to water them everyday or in all truth probably every second day then things seem to grow...including the weeds.

On the downside mixing homemade compost and ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:11pm on 23rd November 2016

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Garden Progressing

rocky1 is talking about growing Beetroot, Capsicum, Chilli, Cucumber, Lettuce, Tomato, Zucchini from Bay of Plenty

Well we've grown all from seed and the lettuce was planted out in it's own washing machine drum awhile ago but it's time to get out and plant the zuchs, tomatoes, chillies and some of the cucumbers today....beets and onions have also been trans...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:11am on 4th November 2016

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The pleasure of Spring

Toni Lines is talking about growing Lettuce, Peas from Bay of Plenty

So the peas havn't sprouted up yet but the sugar snap peas are dying off, the lettuce is liking this position and so is the spinach. Can't wait for more summer heat.

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:11pm on 1st November 2016

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