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- Sat Aug 01, 2009 11:27 pm
- Forum: Seasonal tips
- Topic: What variety is this aubergine?
- Replies: 1
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'Mohican' is a white fruited variety that I grow, and is a good 'doer', but I confess I haven't noticed any differences the in leaves or paler flowers......
I have tried Jemmer several times and remain unimpressed. I either lost plants early, or they cropped miserably. Last year I grew 'Parador', another yellow variety, as was most impressed. Good yields and the foliage remianed more compact and 'bush' like, instead of trailing. That is what I shall be ...
I'm also a big fan of Marshmellow....I have had a load of fruit from my original 10 plants that I got at GWL last year, and the first year runners have been a suprise, also a fair bit of fruit (even though I know you are supposed to stop them...) I also love Gariguette, it's taste is just fantastic.
- Fri Mar 14, 2008 8:28 pm
- Forum: General chatter
- Topic: Melon varieties for greenhouse
- Replies: 5
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I regret to say I have always failed miserably with melons whatever variety I have tried to grow! They love warmth, plenty of food, and most people nip the growing tip out to limit the size of the plant and the number of fruits it will support. Last year I grew 4 different types in my lottie greenho...
OH has just told me he heard a noise form behind our living room radiator late last night, on investigation found a large frog one of our ginger toms had bought in! One of my cats once tried to get in through the catflap with a very large and still flapping magpie, he let it go when it wouldn't fit ...
- Tue Aug 28, 2007 5:10 pm
- Forum: Best practices
- Topic: What's been most successful in your greenhouse/tunnel?
- Replies: 13
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