The Edible Gardens of Glendower's Spring Vegie Challenge 2017

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IT'S A WRAP

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Beetroot, Broadbeans, Lettuce, Zucchini from Wellington

I can't believe it has come to the end!!  100 days of reading about other people’s gardening worlds, feeling happy for their triumphs and despondent for their disasters… and sharing my own. Thank you for all the kind comments ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:12am on 9th December 2017

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GENIUS

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

A total brain wave – I moved the sun umbrella off the deck and into the garden.  As soon as the plants look like they are starting to wilt – up goes the shade.  It’s too hot for the people to sit outside on this N/W ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 08:12am on 8th December 2017

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MONSTER COURGETTE

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Carrot, Zucchini from Wellington

IN THE NEWS: “Police in Germany were relieved when a call about a potential unexploded Second World War bomb turned out to actually be a monster courgette.

A worried 81-year-old called police when he...

Read on | comments | Posted at 11:12am on 7th December 2017

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MORE MAGIC BEANS

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

These ones arrived by post. Thank you ClareH from Hawkes bay for sending me a little box of magic. I am very excited about gowing these Lima del Papa beans: The Pope's Bean, originally from Peru.  Apparently has a rich chestn...

Read on | comments | Posted at 16:12pm on 6th December 2017

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ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS.....

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

Is a zucchini glut…...and a tank farm, and some rain – crikey, hope I’ve been good enough!? This first brave zucchini (technically a courgette in New Zealand) is taking the lead. Now I just have to cross my fingers that the b...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:12am on 5th December 2017