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A GIANT TREE OF SEEDS

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Parsnip from Wellington

I had to share this photo I took of the flowering parsnip, and how it reflects the shape of the pine tree standing behind it. From this perspective it too is a giant tree.

The plant stands nearly as tall as I do, w...

Read on | comments | Posted at 05:11am on 11th November 2016

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BLOOMING CLEVER

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Herbs, Parsnip, Silverbeet from Wellington

The rainbow beets, parsnip, and chives - and in fact, most of the wintered over edibles, are now going to flower. They are getting ready to set seed, and attempt to repopulate for next season.

Mother nature is so i...

Read on | comments | Posted at 05:11am on 7th November 2016

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PAST-IT PARSNIPS

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Parsnip from Wellington

We didn't intentionally grow parsnips.

We were given some seed two years ago, that I threw in the garden without really thinking (having had no luck with intentionally growing parsnips)

The seeds grew! Then they...

Read on | comments | Posted at 07:10am on 29th October 2016

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After Winter

Mumsey is talking about growing Broccoli, Carrot, Lettuce, Parsnip from Waikato

I have had a quiet winter in the garden but with the coming of spring and the intense growing season I had to tackle the overgrown vegetable garden. I had not been out in it much but I soon discovered the blessings of parsnips, carrots, broccol...

Read on | comments | Posted at 13:10pm on 12th October 2016

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SPUDS IN SACKS

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Parsnip from Wellington

We saved a few spuds from last season - by putting them in clean sacks and hanging them in my garage.

I thought I'd better get them out, and start chitting them ready to plant after the school holidays... but it seems they chitted thems...

Read on | comments | Posted at 05:09am on 26th September 2016

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