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

red, white onions and shallots started off as seeds in small container, covered with a plastic bag untill they germinated and then only used covering of a night unless it was really cold, were left inside plastic bag, seedlings grown when big e...

Read on | comments | Posted at 14:01pm on 1st January 2014

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Encouraging Sign

hi-ho to vegetables is talking about growing Beans, Capsicum, Squash, Sweetcorn, Tomato, Zucchini, Beetroot, Herbs, Lettuce, Cucumber, Eggplant from Melbourne

This was given to us by a friend for repair so don't know if someone got frustrated or not - maybe the wind cracked it.  Anyway it's an omen for me to smile despite some of my less successful growing experiences.

Read on | comments | Posted at 11:01am on 1st January 2014

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Capsicum Caper

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

Three long Yellow Capsicums (I think they are also called Banana Capsicums) taking shape - the hot weather agrees with them!  I will give the plants some regular liquid feeds.

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:01am on 1st January 2014

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round carrots ++

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

I thought i would try out these round carrots from yates, planted seeds straight into ground in veg patch way back, so i pulled up two to see how they were growing, maybe a couple of more weeks and they should be ready, yay, still taste a littl...

Read on | comments | Posted at 15:12pm on 31st December 2013

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Shy Capsicums

weddin di is talking about growing Capsicum from South West Slopes

Boy oh boy was this pic hard to get! The capsicums are so well camouflaged under the leaves. However I am sure that it is the plants way of pretecting the fruit aginst the hot sun. We have picked 3 already and they are juicy and sweet. They rea...

Read on | comments | Posted at 09:12am on 31st December 2013

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