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  1. jumanji

    Garlic

    I must admit that in my previous garden, I only harvested when I needed them! So they sat in the ground, and kept spreading such that I had quite a colony.
    I must admit that in my previous garden, I only harvested when I needed them! So they sat in the ground, and kept spreading such that I had quite a colony.
    I must admit that in my previous garden, I only harvested when I needed them! So they sat in the ground, and kept spreading such that I had quite a colony.
    I must admit that in my previous garden, I only harvested when I needed them! So they sat in the ground, and kept spreading such that I had quite a colony.
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  2. Neil Lane

    Help with pumpkin plants

    The soil around them looks very dry. I'd give the whole area a good watering to see if that helps.
    The soil around them looks very dry. I'd give the whole area a good watering to see if that helps.
    The soil around them looks very dry. I'd give the whole area a good watering to see if that helps.
    The soil around them looks very dry. I'd give the whole area a good watering to see if that helps.
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  3. Snowbaby

    Butternut squash plants

    yes same for courgettes they need to go out side they always produce male flowers first so they are hungry plants so buy a liguid plant food and feed every week
    yes same for courgettes they need to go out side they always produce male flowers first so they are hungry plants so buy a liguid plant food and feed every week
    yes same for courgettes they need to go out side they always produce male flowers first so they are hungry plants so buy a liguid plant food and feed every week
    yes same for courgettes they need to go out side they always produce male flowers first so they are hungry plants so buy a liguid plant food and feed every week
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  4. GYO newbie

    Have they bolted? Are they ruined?

    Italian mustard leaves.
    Italian mustard leaves.
    Italian mustard leaves.
    Italian mustard leaves.
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  5. Ruth82

    Peas ok ?

    Just trying to upload photos for a different forum poorly house
    Just trying to upload photos for a different forum poorly house
    Just trying to upload photos for a different forum poorly house
    Just trying to upload photos for a different forum poorly house
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  6. Arlandria

    Raspberries

    Thanks Mike! This is a bush variety so I shouldn't need to worry about cordons, which was the appeal.
    Thanks Mike! This is a bush variety so I shouldn't need to worry about cordons, which was the appeal.
    Thanks Mike! This is a bush variety so I shouldn't need to worry about cordons, which was the appeal.
    Thanks Mike! This is a bush variety so I shouldn't need to worry about cordons, which was the appeal.
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  7. Webmaster

    Aubergine / Egg Plants .... Do you have much success ?

    Thank you. I've solved the mystery - I need to get my seedlings labelled correctly next year. I found another plant in the greenhouse also labelled Aubergine: ...which looks entirely different...
    Thank you. I've solved the mystery - I need to get my seedlings labelled correctly next year. I found another plant in the greenhouse also labelled Aubergine: ...which looks entirely different from what I now believe to be "bolted" spinach! Oops.:heehee:
    Thank you. I've solved the mystery - I need to get my seedlings labelled correctly next year. I found another plant in the greenhouse also labelled Aubergine: ...which looks entirely different from what I now believe to be "bolted" spinach! Oops.:heehee:
    Thank you. I've solved the mystery - I need to get my seedlings labelled correctly next year. I found another plant in the greenhouse also labelled Aubergine: ...which looks entirely different...
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  8. Ystalyfera

    F1 Broccoli Bellaverde plugs

    Thanks woolyback, much appreciated
    Thanks woolyback, much appreciated
    Thanks woolyback, much appreciated
    Thanks woolyback, much appreciated
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  9. Paul Blackburn

    Question about cucumbers

    One plant can pollinate another, the male and female flowers dont have to be on the same plant.
    One plant can pollinate another, the male and female flowers dont have to be on the same plant.
    One plant can pollinate another, the male and female flowers dont have to be on the same plant.
    One plant can pollinate another, the male and female flowers dont have to be on the same plant.
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  10. Shaun Rimmer

    Any Strawberry experts or knowledgeable enthusiast help me get up to speed?..

    nope, nothing at all. Decided to pull everything out in the autumn and buy another varieties somewhere else.
    nope, nothing at all. Decided to pull everything out in the autumn and buy another varieties somewhere else.
    nope, nothing at all. Decided to pull everything out in the autumn and buy another varieties somewhere else.
    nope, nothing at all. Decided to pull everything out in the autumn and buy another varieties somewhere else.
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  11. jls

    alderman pea plants

    Alderman are an old fashioned variety that don't start to flower until quite tall. They have good flavour and crop over several weeks. In dry weather they appreciate plenty of water, a good soak...
    Alderman are an old fashioned variety that don't start to flower until quite tall. They have good flavour and crop over several weeks. In dry weather they appreciate plenty of water, a good soak once or twice a week rather than a sprinkle every day.
    Alderman are an old fashioned variety that don't start to flower until quite tall. They have good flavour and crop over several weeks. In dry weather they appreciate plenty of water, a good soak once or twice a week rather than a sprinkle every day.
    Alderman are an old fashioned variety that don't start to flower until quite tall. They have good flavour and crop over several weeks. In dry weather they appreciate plenty of water, a good soak...
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  12. Paul waterhouse

    Coming along nicely

    I had the beans in modules in the polytunnel, so can't say it was the wind for mine. Like you, I think direct sowing is the way to go - In fact, I may even try them direct this weekend.It's...
    I had the beans in modules in the polytunnel, so can't say it was the wind for mine. Like you, I think direct sowing is the way to go - In fact, I may even try them direct this weekend.It's amazing how fast topsoil seems to disappear, and you always end up needing more that you think. :)
    I had the beans in modules in the polytunnel, so can't say it was the wind for mine. Like you, I think direct sowing is the way to go - In fact, I may even try them direct this weekend.It's amazing how fast topsoil seems to disappear, and you...
    I had the beans in modules in the polytunnel, so can't say it was the wind for mine. Like you, I think direct sowing is the way to go - In fact, I may even try them direct this weekend.It's...
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  13. Aldo

    Tromboncino squash - Split stem - Shall I remove it?

    Well, here are a few photos showing the stem itself, the plant and another tromboncino to compare. They seem to be doing equally well, so perhaps I should just bury the split secton in soil rather...
    Well, here are a few photos showing the stem itself, the plant and another tromboncino to compare. They seem to be doing equally well, so perhaps I should just bury the split secton in soil rather digging out the plant and putting something else in?
    Well, here are a few photos showing the stem itself, the plant and another tromboncino to compare. They seem to be doing equally well, so perhaps I should just bury the split secton in soil rather digging out the plant and putting something else...
    Well, here are a few photos showing the stem itself, the plant and another tromboncino to compare. They seem to be doing equally well, so perhaps I should just bury the split secton in soil rather...
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  14. Aldo

    Cucamelon - Are single plants productive?

    @Selleri What happened with the Agretti last year, out of curiosity? They did not grow well? Or did they turn up not as tasty as hoped?
    @Selleri What happened with the Agretti last year, out of curiosity? They did not grow well? Or did they turn up not as tasty as hoped?
    @Selleri What happened with the Agretti last year, out of curiosity? They did not grow well? Or did they turn up not as tasty as hoped?
    @Selleri What happened with the Agretti last year, out of curiosity? They did not grow well? Or did they turn up not as tasty as hoped?
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  15. Freddy
    Informative x 5

    A Word Of Warning!

    Freddy, my French Beans haven't grow much also, I'd leave them, give them a chance if you can.
    Freddy, my French Beans haven't grow much also, I'd leave them, give them a chance if you can.
    Freddy, my French Beans haven't grow much also, I'd leave them, give them a chance if you can.
    Freddy, my French Beans haven't grow much also, I'd leave them, give them a chance if you can.
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  16. David Cook

    Tracking what you planted

    I don't track. At work I track everything, and even have a tracker to track my trackers. :biggrin: In the garden I rely on gut feeling, if a spot looks like it could do with Daffodils then surely I planted...
    I don't track. At work I track everything, and even have a tracker to track my trackers. :biggrin: In the garden I rely on gut feeling, if a spot looks like it could do with Daffodils then surely I planted some in... :scratch: Advancing years give a bonus thrill when plants I definitely did not sow turn up :heehee:For...
    I don't track. At work I track everything, and even have a tracker to track my trackers. :biggrin: In the garden I rely on gut feeling, if a spot looks like it could do with Daffodils then surely I planted some in... :scratch: Advancing years give a bonus thrill...
    I don't track. At work I track everything, and even have a tracker to track my trackers. :biggrin: In the garden I rely on gut feeling, if a spot looks like it could do with Daffodils then surely I planted...
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  17. Telmadee

    Another cucumber question

    @pete thank you so much
    @pete thank you so much
    @pete thank you so much
    @pete thank you so much
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  18. Sophocles

    Calabrese Brocolli or Cut and Come Again Lettuce? ID plz

    Brassicas tend to have grey green foliage and an almost waxlike look to the surface. Lettuce tend to be brighter, more densely packed leaves, little or no visible stem, thinner glossier...
    Brassicas tend to have grey green foliage and an almost waxlike look to the surface. Lettuce tend to be brighter, more densely packed leaves, little or no visible stem, thinner glossier leaves. The top one looks more like a broccoli and the bottom one with the crinkle edge leaves looks like a...
    Brassicas tend to have grey green foliage and an almost waxlike look to the surface. Lettuce tend to be brighter, more densely packed leaves, little or no visible stem, thinner glossier leaves. The top one looks more like a broccoli and the...
    Brassicas tend to have grey green foliage and an almost waxlike look to the surface. Lettuce tend to be brighter, more densely packed leaves, little or no visible stem, thinner glossier...
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  19. RobB

    Marrows and courgettes

    Ever tried making marrow rum ?
    Ever tried making marrow rum ?
    Ever tried making marrow rum ?
    Ever tried making marrow rum ?
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  20. clum111

    When to put herbs outside?

    @pete Thanks for the advice.
    @pete Thanks for the advice.
    @pete Thanks for the advice.
    @pete Thanks for the advice.
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