Anita Kundu's Spring Vegie Growing Challenge 2018

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Mini challenge one, today in the garden and a m...

Anita Kundu is talking about growing Eggplant, Tomato, Something else from Auckland

There are so many interesting gardening blogs that it makes choosing one very difficult, but Collette Redman really stands out as my favourite blogger.  I know Collette through gardening circles on Facebook and we have exchanged seeds in t...

Read on | comments | Posted at 12:09pm on 13th September 2018

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Radish

Anita Kundu is talking about growing Radish from Auckland

Every spring, I look forward to growing radish.  They mature rapidly, in approximately 4-5 weeks, making them an ideal veggie for impatient gardeners.  They’re also incredibly easy to grow, making it a great veggie for new garde...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:09am on 12th September 2018

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Yesterday, today and tomorrow - re-potting seed...

Anita Kundu is talking about growing Broad beans, Broccoli, Cabbage, Capsicum, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery, Chilli, Kale, Kohl Rabi, Leek, Lettuce, Peas, Pumpkin, Silverbeet, Spinach, Spring Onion, Tomato, Zucchini, Something else from Auckland

I’m sure all gardeners would agree with me that September is such a busy month in the garden.  Fortunately, the weather has been fine lately, making it easier to get outdoors.  Yesterday, I spent three hours repotting some of my...

Read on | comments | Posted at 13:09pm on 11th September 2018

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Lettuce

Anita Kundu is talking about growing Lettuce from Auckland

Lettuce is a staple in our spring garden.  We enjoy eating salad every day, sometimes as simple as having a bowl of leaves with a little dressing.  You don’t always need to add tomatoes, cucumber and peppers, especially if they&...

Read on | comments | Posted at 08:09am on 10th September 2018

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Eggplants

Anita Kundu is talking about growing Eggplant from Auckland

The summer garden would not be complete without eggplants.  These heat-loving fruiting veggies can, in my experience, be a little more difficult to grow successfully than tomatoes and peppers.  I think the main reason for this is that...

Read on | comments | Posted at 06:09am on 9th September 2018

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