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Eirynn is talking about growing Herbs, Lettuce from Central West Slopes and Plains

Well the lettuce died. I will have to try again and reduce the heat/sun exposure. The silverbeet has taken off and is growing really well. The basil is just starting to grow really well and looks great.

Picture shows silverbeet, lettuce...

Read on | comments | Posted at 20:01pm on 5th January 2014


coriander pretty +++

buzzybee9 is talking about growing Beans, Carrot, Capsicum, Sweetcorn, Tomato, Zucchini, Peas, Cucumber, Herbs, Lettuce, Radish, Spinach from Melbourne

coriander which i mentioned has gone to seed has produced flowers they are rather pretty hope that the bees like them today was great in the morning but by 11.15 it had turned into a hellish wind which tried to blow my plants away glad now that...

Read on | comments | Posted at 19:01pm on 5th January 2014


Corn Glut.

weddin di is talking about growing Carrot, Sweetcorn from South West Slopes

Today is too hot to do much outside. I tidied the greenhouse and washed out some pots to get ready for the seed planting marathon at the end of February. My shade structures are working well at keeping the plants cooler and also protecting them...

Read on | comments | Posted at 16:01pm on 5th January 2014


pleasant day

glenda_anne123 is talking about growing Beans, Tomato, Peas from Riverina

Last nights weather pediction for today was 30 degrees celcius, so i decided to take chances and for the very first time since i started the garden challenge, i left the protective covering offovernight and all day. I had a good check on all of...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:01pm on 5th January 2014



ruthvbailey is talking about growing Beans from East Gippsland

My beans are very healthy and have now started to produce the beans for eating.  They just have to a grow a little more before I start picking.  Very successful and they are in a bed which has had little added to the soil in fact just...

Read on | comments | Posted at 23:01pm on 4th January 2014

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