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crowd pleaser

glenda_anne123 is talking about growing Chilli, Herbs from Riverina

It looks like we won't be getting any more rain, but the bit we did get has really boosted my chilli in the green tub. It is surrounded by flourishing mint but i think the chilli is the real star.

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:01am on 4th January 2014

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short term relief

glenda_anne123 is talking about growing Tomato from Riverina

The day started out fine so id removed all of the shade cloths entirely off all of my garden plots. I'd love some of that sunshine to ripen up my tomatoes. Sadly it turn too hot too soon so it was back on with the covers. Its too hot to even be...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:01pm on 3rd January 2014

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coriander +++

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

coriander which i brought as seedling has started to bolt i think it is going to seed that herb did not last long maybe its too warm for the plant i might grow it again after summer to see if it will last longer i made a mistake with photo of t...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:01pm on 3rd January 2014

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make do

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

Yesterday i only had enough time to make a quick dash into the discount store to buy some bird mesh for my new plot, but the store was out of stock. So instead I grabbed a $2 pack of window gauze. This will have to do as a temporary cover. I ha...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:01am on 3rd January 2014

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another mystery

glenda_anne123 is talking about growing Peas from Riverina

On close inspection on what i thought were more snow peas, I realise i could be mistaken. The leaves are a darker green and they don't look as fragile as the snowpeas.This could start to get exciting again. What gardener doesnt love a few&...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:01am on 3rd January 2014

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