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bergs
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September

Hi @Jason You're just ahead of me. I planted all my veggie seeds last weekend.I've sown chilli seeds of all sorts including Manzano, Thai, ...

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September

Hi @mich1972 Those Reapers look pretty good to me.I bought a couple of plants a few years back but couldn't get them to over winter very well.A few fr ...

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September

Hi @rscrocker I would be very surprised if truck hubs were made of cast iron. I seem to remember the old cast iron stoves and if they received a har ...

bergs
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August

Hi @clydefrancis If and when I'm repotting plants the old material goes into my compost bins. With all the other nutrients like grass clippings, kitch ...

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August

Hi @chefyash You will find that you can get Rocoto Chillies from the garden centres when available.They have black or dark seeds.If you Google them yo ...

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April

Hi @nonsibicunctis All plants need some sort of pruning or cutting back to keep them thick and tidy. What @Noelle has suggested are all good native p ...

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April

Hi @anjali, welcome to Workshop.There is good advice on the Bunnings website to explain how and what you need to grow herbs indoors.Check out this sit ...

bergs
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April

Hi @Jason ,I think in Melbourne would be the same rules as in Geelong.I try to move the chillies in pots to the warmest spots, which down here would p ...

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mich1972
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August

  Our Carolina Reapers overwinter, yellow, straggly and still fruiting  These two I will prune back and feed. I had a couple more but they didn’t m ...

rattle
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As my vegie garden expands, I've been making various types of garden beds to see what they are like to work with and what fruit and vegies are best su ...

Community Manager Jason
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September is the time of year when the garden experiences a revival, and as the weather warms up, there are more gardening days. This is the tim ...

Community Manager Jason
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September

Great stuff. Very inspiring @Noelle. And many thanks from me for the tips on dealing with gall wasp. We keep pruning and pruning our poor lemon tree ...

Noelle
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September

@Jason It's been very windy in my garden - it must be September in Melbourne! My beautiful magnolia flowers are being shattered by strong gusts as f ...

mich1972
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August

Oh I love growing Chilli’s !!!!! I got my Carolina Reapers through two winters ( Perth ) they were sad looking , yellow and not very happy. I kept add ...

laidbackdood
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October 2019

Yes def citrus leafminer....they are a small moth that comes out at night and lay their stuff on your leaves....they then burrow tunnels through the l ...

Don_the_Berk
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February 2016

I've had some real success with bark chips from the quassia tree, which is a plant found in the West Indies. (No, not that plant found in the West Ind ...

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bergs
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September

Hi @Jason You're just ahead of me. I planted all my veggie seeds last weekend.I've sown chilli seeds of all sorts including Manzano, Thai, ...

bergs
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September

Hi @mich1972 Those Reapers look pretty good to me.I bought a couple of plants a few years back but couldn't get them to over winter very well.A few fr ...

bergs
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2 replies
August

Hi @clydefrancis If and when I'm repotting plants the old material goes into my compost bins. With all the other nutrients like grass clippings, kitch ...

bergs
Super Contributor
August

Hi @chefyash You will find that you can get Rocoto Chillies from the garden centres when available.They have black or dark seeds.If you Google them yo ...

bergs
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April

Hi @nonsibicunctis All plants need some sort of pruning or cutting back to keep them thick and tidy. What @Noelle has suggested are all good native p ...

bergs
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April

Hi @anjali, welcome to Workshop.There is good advice on the Bunnings website to explain how and what you need to grow herbs indoors.Check out this sit ...

bergs
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4 replies
April

Hi @Jason ,I think in Melbourne would be the same rules as in Geelong.I try to move the chillies in pots to the warmest spots, which down here would p ...

bergs
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April

Hi All,Well the Summer crops have nearly finished and it's time to sow our Winter crops. I had a very slow start to my Spring sowing, but as the seaso ...

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