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Cauliflower to be picked to make room for Sweet...

hi-ho to vegetables is talking about growing Sweetcorn, Cauliflower from Melbourne

In Melbourne, the hot weather threatens to make the Cauliflowers separate so will be picking this one soon and then preparing the bed for Sweet Corn.  The beds don't stay empty for long.

Read on | comments | Posted at 18:09pm on 14th September 2015

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Brussel Sprouts Finishing

hi-ho to vegetables is talking about growing Brusselsprouts from Melbourne

In Melbourne, it will be too hot to start any more Brussel Sprouts for this challenge.  But I have been able to grow some this Winter and they are still in my raised bed which I will need soon for this Season's vegetables. So this will be ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 18:09pm on 14th September 2015

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Getting my Raised Garden Beds Ready

hi-ho to vegetables is talking about growing Tomato from Melbourne

I like to grow my vegetables in above ground garden beds.  No bending and easier to look after them.  In this picture I'm planning on putting a Roma Tomato in the raised bed on the left. It is in a pot on top, waiting for soil to warm...

Read on | comments | Posted at 18:09pm on 14th September 2015

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Ready to plant

Nel & Emi is talking about growing Beans, Carrot, Tomato, Zucchini from Melbourne

Nel and Emi are officially ready to plant!

Two weeks ago we raked off all the bark, dug up a bit of the top soil and mixed in it with some cow manure we added in. Then we let it sit for a fortnight as suggested.

We then set out ...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:09am on 14th September 2015

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Spoilt for choice

tripty is talking about growing Beans, Carrot, Tomato, Zucchini, Peas from Melbourne

Warm Melbourne spring weather makes me feel like growing anything and everything I can get my hands on. Besides carrot, bortolli beans, snow peas, carrot and zucchini I went ahead and also sowed corn and spinach and bitter gourd this year. Fing...

Read on | comments | Posted at 13:09pm on 13th September 2015

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