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  1. colne

    Worm Farm.

    Hi, JaneI have a 'red wriggler' worm, the compost kind that are bread for fishing bait by being fed a diet of horse manure (from youtube) I do not think they will leave if they are happy, the...
    Hi, JaneI have a 'red wriggler' worm, the compost kind that are bread for fishing bait by being fed a diet of horse manure (from youtube) I do not think they will leave if they are happy, the location outside is kind of hostile for a worm, and if they are not happy the farm will not work...
    Hi, JaneI have a 'red wriggler' worm, the compost kind that are bread for fishing bait by being fed a diet of horse manure (from youtube) I do not think they will leave if they are happy, the location outside is kind of hostile for a worm, and...
    Hi, JaneI have a 'red wriggler' worm, the compost kind that are bread for fishing bait by being fed a diet of horse manure (from youtube) I do not think they will leave if they are happy, the...
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  2. wiseowl

    Woos Toms

    Ok Woo,I will send you a PM with my address.Any chance of sending me any special growing instructions that they may need Ta :cool:
    Ok Woo,I will send you a PM with my address.Any chance of sending me any special growing instructions that they may need Ta :cool:
    Ok Woo,I will send you a PM with my address.Any chance of sending me any special growing instructions that they may need Ta :cool:
    Ok Woo,I will send you a PM with my address.Any chance of sending me any special growing instructions that they may need Ta :cool:
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  3. wiseowl
    Like x 4

    Woos king Edwards

    Hi WOO. I didn't know you grew a bit of veg? King Edwards are main crop, so normally harvested a bit later on. But, what the heck! You want them, you have them:blue thumb: Edit : There's something deeply...
    Hi WOO. I didn't know you grew a bit of veg? King Edwards are main crop, so normally harvested a bit later on. But, what the heck! You want them, you have them:blue thumb: Edit : There's something deeply satisfying about digging up fresh potatoes:)
    Hi WOO. I didn't know you grew a bit of veg? King Edwards are main crop, so normally harvested a bit later on. But, what the heck! You want them, you have them:blue thumb: Edit : There's something deeply satisfying about digging up fresh potatoes:)
    Hi WOO. I didn't know you grew a bit of veg? King Edwards are main crop, so normally harvested a bit later on. But, what the heck! You want them, you have them:blue thumb: Edit : There's something deeply...
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  4. wiseowl

    Woos Blackberries

    Awww they look reli nice I'm growing some first time can't wait to put thm in a crumble do u only have one plant
    Awww they look reli nice I'm growing some first time can't wait to put thm in a crumble do u only have one plant
    Awww they look reli nice I'm growing some first time can't wait to put thm in a crumble do u only have one plant
    Awww they look reli nice I'm growing some first time can't wait to put thm in a crumble do u only have one plant
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  5. Katherna

    Wooooo Hoooooo :D

    The sweetcorn cobs seem to be bigger everyday (hopefully thats a good sign). An extra cherry tom has started to change colour even though it's done nothing but rain for the last few days (maybe...
    The sweetcorn cobs seem to be bigger everyday (hopefully thats a good sign). An extra cherry tom has started to change colour even though it's done nothing but rain for the last few days (maybe they're resigned to the fact it's wet all the time and cloudy), the weeds are shooting up and it's...
    The sweetcorn cobs seem to be bigger everyday (hopefully thats a good sign). An extra cherry tom has started to change colour even though it's done nothing but rain for the last few days (maybe they're resigned to the fact it's wet all the time...
    The sweetcorn cobs seem to be bigger everyday (hopefully thats a good sign). An extra cherry tom has started to change colour even though it's done nothing but rain for the last few days (maybe...
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  6. misterroy

    wonky carrots

    For sure, thats the best bunch of wonky carrots I have ever seen.:gnthb:
    For sure, thats the best bunch of wonky carrots I have ever seen.:gnthb:
    For sure, thats the best bunch of wonky carrots I have ever seen.:gnthb:
    For sure, thats the best bunch of wonky carrots I have ever seen.:gnthb:
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  7. Annemieke

    witloof chicory

    Last year I successfully grew witloof chicory. I sowed it in June, dug it up in November and planted the roots in buckets in a shed. Now I can eat lovely salad: witloof with (cooking) apple and...
    Last year I successfully grew witloof chicory. I sowed it in June, dug it up in November and planted the roots in buckets in a shed. Now I can eat lovely salad: witloof with (cooking) apple and olive oil - easy, seasonal, lovely!I do seem to have left some root-bits in the ground however, and...
    Last year I successfully grew witloof chicory. I sowed it in June, dug it up in November and planted the roots in buckets in a shed. Now I can eat lovely salad: witloof with (cooking) apple and olive oil - easy, seasonal, lovely!I do seem to...
    Last year I successfully grew witloof chicory. I sowed it in June, dug it up in November and planted the roots in buckets in a shed. Now I can eat lovely salad: witloof with (cooking) apple and...
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  8. Axie-Ali

    Winter vegetables

    Yeah very :)
    Yeah very :)
    Yeah very :)
    Yeah very :)
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  9. Richard360

    Winter vegetable

    Chard / Leaf beet, brussels sprouts, parsnips. I think Kale is a winter crop isn't it?
    Chard / Leaf beet, brussels sprouts, parsnips. I think Kale is a winter crop isn't it?
    Chard / Leaf beet, brussels sprouts, parsnips. I think Kale is a winter crop isn't it?
    Chard / Leaf beet, brussels sprouts, parsnips. I think Kale is a winter crop isn't it?
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  10. Ellen

    Winter veg growing

    Thanks everyone :) I'm determined to get some good veg growing in the next year
    Thanks everyone :) I'm determined to get some good veg growing in the next year
    Thanks everyone :) I'm determined to get some good veg growing in the next year
    Thanks everyone :) I'm determined to get some good veg growing in the next year
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  11. dannytrose

    Winter Veg

    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for...
    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for some space.Spring cabbage is so tasty straight from the garden to the pan so I will be planting that.
    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for some space.Spring cabbage is so tasty straight from...
    I have just bought some garlic bulbs but not planted them yet.Onion sets were also for sale. My pumpkins, courgettes and lettuces are still taking up my room at the moment so I need to wait for...
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  12. Craig1987

    winter veg

    I have managed to find those exact bins he uses Greecko for £8 off of ebay! but thanks for the tipGYO, i'll be sowing some turnip seeds this weekend. They can be harvested from 5 to 10 weeks...
    I have managed to find those exact bins he uses Greecko for £8 off of ebay! but thanks for the tipGYO, i'll be sowing some turnip seeds this weekend. They can be harvested from 5 to 10 weeks depending on how big you want the turnip. They're a very quick cropOrdered myself some lettuce seeds...
    I have managed to find those exact bins he uses Greecko for £8 off of ebay! but thanks for the tipGYO, i'll be sowing some turnip seeds this weekend. They can be harvested from 5 to 10 weeks depending on how big you want the turnip. They're a...
    I have managed to find those exact bins he uses Greecko for £8 off of ebay! but thanks for the tipGYO, i'll be sowing some turnip seeds this weekend. They can be harvested from 5 to 10 weeks...
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  13. colincwb

    winter veg

    Sorry, but the cucumber is the devils vegetable:hol::cry::wink:
    Sorry, but the cucumber is the devils vegetable:hol::cry::wink:
    Sorry, but the cucumber is the devils vegetable:hol::cry::wink:
    Sorry, but the cucumber is the devils vegetable:hol::cry::wink:
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  14. Gazania

    winter squash.

    Hi all, I have 6 squash seedlings in my greenhouse that I grew from seed. Having never grew these before I'm not quite sure what to expect. Can I continue to grow them in the greenhouse or are...
    Hi all, I have 6 squash seedlings in my greenhouse that I grew from seed. Having never grew these before I'm not quite sure what to expect. Can I continue to grow them in the greenhouse or are they to go outside? Do some squashes climb and some grow low? Anyone grown squash?Gazania
    Hi all, I have 6 squash seedlings in my greenhouse that I grew from seed. Having never grew these before I'm not quite sure what to expect. Can I continue to grow them in the greenhouse or are they to go outside? Do some squashes climb and some...
    Hi all, I have 6 squash seedlings in my greenhouse that I grew from seed. Having never grew these before I'm not quite sure what to expect. Can I continue to grow them in the greenhouse or are...
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  15. nightofjoy

    Winter Squash - Crown Prince - from seeed

    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
    Well you will never know unless you try - I know how you feel having got so far with these plants, maybe you have more space than I was imagining.
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  16. BigBird

    Winter Purslane help please

    Sorry I couldn't have been of more help BB, maybe someone else might have some ideas. Don't listen to Clare this evening though:heehee::cheers:
    Sorry I couldn't have been of more help BB, maybe someone else might have some ideas. Don't listen to Clare this evening though:heehee::cheers:
    Sorry I couldn't have been of more help BB, maybe someone else might have some ideas. Don't listen to Clare this evening though:heehee::cheers:
    Sorry I couldn't have been of more help BB, maybe someone else might have some ideas. Don't listen to Clare this evening though:heehee::cheers:
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  17. AndyK

    Winter pots

    you are a bit late to sow pansies. Look on the gardening direct website..they had a few ready plants (mature plug plants) the other day. Pansies with trailing ivy look lovely and are tough when...
    you are a bit late to sow pansies. Look on the gardening direct website..they had a few ready plants (mature plug plants) the other day. Pansies with trailing ivy look lovely and are tough when the frost comes. If you want to grow veg in pots you can't beat Tumbling Toms tomatoes or even seed...
    you are a bit late to sow pansies. Look on the gardening direct website..they had a few ready plants (mature plug plants) the other day. Pansies with trailing ivy look lovely and are tough when the frost comes. If you want to grow veg in pots you...
    you are a bit late to sow pansies. Look on the gardening direct website..they had a few ready plants (mature plug plants) the other day. Pansies with trailing ivy look lovely and are tough when...
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  18. Craig1987

    Winter onions - disaster!

    well, it turned out that the flower spikes were the least of my worries!My bulbs got massive, couldn't believe the size of them. I reassured myself that the onions with the flower spikes could...
    well, it turned out that the flower spikes were the least of my worries!My bulbs got massive, couldn't believe the size of them. I reassured myself that the onions with the flower spikes could be used to make an onion gravy with the middle spike/crunchy bit thrown away until i started to...
    well, it turned out that the flower spikes were the least of my worries!My bulbs got massive, couldn't believe the size of them. I reassured myself that the onions with the flower spikes could be used to make an onion gravy with the middle...
    well, it turned out that the flower spikes were the least of my worries!My bulbs got massive, couldn't believe the size of them. I reassured myself that the onions with the flower spikes could...
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  19. golfer

    Winter onions

    Don't forget quidco cashback on those too!! 7% i think
    Don't forget quidco cashback on those too!! 7% i think
    Don't forget quidco cashback on those too!! 7% i think
    Don't forget quidco cashback on those too!! 7% i think
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  20. sheelaghm

    winter onions

    You can 'Google' fact sheets on any veg you are growing and it is most useful.:thumb::)
    You can 'Google' fact sheets on any veg you are growing and it is most useful.:thumb::)
    You can 'Google' fact sheets on any veg you are growing and it is most useful.:thumb::)
    You can 'Google' fact sheets on any veg you are growing and it is most useful.:thumb::)
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