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Defense from Airborne Attacks.

Somerset Sue is talking about growing Cabbage, Cauliflower from Manawatu-Wanganui

We had the most horrendous infestation of white butterfly last year just as all of my new brassica seedlings were emerging.

I am not a butterfly hater, but I was at my wits end as to how to stop these voracious egg layers from hatching ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:09pm on 30th September 2018

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Harvest Time!

Anna - Gardening Mummy is talking about growing Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celery, Silverbeet, Spring Onion from Auckland

It has been a very cold and blustery day here today with rain and hail mixed in as well. All my seedlings were tucked up warm in the greenhouse which still managed to make it to about 30 degrees with the sun in between the rain.

I mange...

Read on | comments | Posted at 19:09pm on 25th September 2018

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An update from Anita's garden

Anita Kundu is talking about growing Broccoli, Cabbage, Capsicum, Cauliflower, Chilli, Herbs, Kale, Lettuce, Tomato from Auckland

What an awful day!  I’m not sure what it’s like in other parts of the country but here in Auckland it is incredibly blustery with scattered showers.  I managed to repot a dozen tomato plants into larger pots before I calle...

Read on | comments | Posted at 12:09pm on 25th September 2018

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COLLARD GREENS

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kale from Wellington

I planted a pile of collard in autumn for winter eating because I had seen a couple of tasty looking recipes calling for collard greens … but I didn’t eat any of it!

I liked the sound of it – I liked the look of it &n...

Read on | comments | Posted at 18:09pm on 24th September 2018

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Future Proofing

Somerset Sue is talking about growing Cauliflower from Manawatu-Wanganui

So often, when people look at our garden, they will say "But there's only two of you, why do you grow so much?"

Because so much of what we grow in our gardens can be stored to eat in the months when there is very little fresh available ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:09pm on 24th September 2018

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