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  • Mark Rand
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    Eight pulsatilla seeds, freshly harvested. Probably would have been more, but some idiot left them too long to get ripe and most of them blew off the flower head.

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Radishes and spring onions.

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  • Sweet savory
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    A pot of carrots Red Chantenay. Fennel Sirio direct and in modules. Turnip and radish where peas had been.

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Carrots today: Rouge Sang and Burpee's Short and Sweet. Radishes too.

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  • Mr Bones
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    More spring onions and radish.

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  • Lozzy
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    Thank you

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  • burnie
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    This may be of use to you
    How to grow cucumbers / RHS Gardening

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  • Lozzy
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    They’re marketer

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  • burnie
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    I only remove dead leaves as the plants get older, what variety are they?

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  • Lozzy
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    I’m new to the veg growing world and wondered if anyone could give some advice on my cucumber plants! I sowed them a few weeks ago in my greenhouse and they’ve sprouted lovely. Do I keep all of the leaves on the plants or do I remove the big ones? I’m moving them into a bigger pots soon.

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  • Jungle Jane
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    Two days ago I sowed a big tub of sweet candle carrots under plastic to keep the compost a bit damp,there’s also a few self seeded carrots in a tub from when I grew the carrot flowers-

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  • Purple Primrose
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    Sowed an area of about 60 square metres with a butterfly and bee-friendly flower mix. It's a bit late really but it's been so cold here, there would have been no point in sowing it any earlier. It'll be interesting to see which of the 20 varieties listed on the box actually germinate and get to flowering stage.

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  • Jungle Jane
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    Sowed direct a big tub of Sugar Bon snap peas & covered with net curtain to stop mice.

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  • Florence Fennel
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    White radishes and some runner beans, never been so late but fingers crossed

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  • Bren In Pots
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    Lettuce today some salad bowl, spicy mix, lollo rosso and Mizuna

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