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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 ...

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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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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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April

Hi @rattle ,The Jalapeno Chilli is very tough and you can keep them going indefinitely.I had them in the open garden for about three years until the r ...

bergs
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April

Hi @Jason Great lot of chillies, well done! @MitchellM I tried to grow the Reaper and the Butch T and only had the few fruit that were on the plants ...

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March

Wednesday's harvestGrevilleaLavender hedgeGreat set up @Grub80 ,I like the walkway up the centre, makes easier access all round. Also the raised beds ...

bergs
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March

Hey @Jason Some say to keep the tomatoes in the dark with a cut apple or a banana skin.I put 3 tomatoes in a paper bag with a banana peel and stuck i ...

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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 ...

Noelle
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April

Hi @nonsibicunctis Some suggestions for you: Westringia (Coastal Rosemary) - silvery grey foliage, blue - pink flowers; many named varieties Aden ...

Grub80
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April

Hi @anjali herbs will grow great in your window space. Most herbs do not like full harsh sun anyway, and thrive in a bit of shade. If anything, if you ...

MitchellM
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March

@Jason they look fantastic!I'll have to grow some Jalapeños this year, as my wife has finally become accustomed to some heat.Previously I was the only ...

Community Manager Jason
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March

Good Jalapeño harvest in the weekend. The poppers were very popular with the extended family. Jason  

laidbackdood
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11 replies
October

I have about 10 that over wintered .....only a few have died.........through winter dont feed ...little water and give them any sun they can get...... ...

chefyash
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3 replies
May 2019

i have over 40 chilli plants and some of them thrive in winter.(rocoto). the others i keep covered with a frost cloth and roughly 30% of them do survi ...

rattle
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12 replies
May

G'day everyone. 1 Year ago, I had left over Colorbond from when our house was built and decided to make a raised garden bed with that and scrap wood. ...

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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
Super Contributor
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 ...

bergs
Super Contributor
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 ...

bergs
Super Contributor
3 replies
April

Hi @rattle ,The Jalapeno Chilli is very tough and you can keep them going indefinitely.I had them in the open garden for about three years until the r ...

bergs
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6 replies
April

Hi @Jason Great lot of chillies, well done! @MitchellM I tried to grow the Reaper and the Butch T and only had the few fruit that were on the plants ...

bergs
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March

Wednesday's harvestGrevilleaLavender hedgeGreat set up @Grub80 ,I like the walkway up the centre, makes easier access all round. Also the raised beds ...

bergs
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8 replies
March

Hey @Jason Some say to keep the tomatoes in the dark with a cut apple or a banana skin.I put 3 tomatoes in a paper bag with a banana peel and stuck i ...

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