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Propagation Notes March 7 -15 2011

By Scarecrow
Propagation Notes March 7 -15 2011Cabbage - Red Choi
Seeds Sown:
Just a few seeds in punnets.
Cabbage Red Choi Brassica rapa var chinensis Green Harvest
Cabbage Red Express Brassica oleracea (capitata group) Southern Harvest Seeds
Coriander Coriandrum sativum Mr Fothergill's Organic
Lettuce Black Seeded Simpson Lactuca sativa The Lost Seed
Lettuce Drunken Woman Lactuca sativa The Lost Seed
Mizuna Purple Brassica rapa Japonica Group Southern Harvest Seeds
Silverbeet Rainbow Mixed Beta vulgaris 4Season Seeds
Spinach Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinacia oleracea Eden Seeds
Tatsoi Brassica narinosa Diggers Seeds
Pea Snow Roi de Carouby Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon Home Saved Seeds planted into cardboard loo roll insides to act as root trainers. As soon as the roots appear at the base they will be planted out into the Wicking Beds.
Seedlings Planted:
Cabbage Verona Purple Savoy into Bed 5 Main Veg Garden
Kale Vates Blue Curled into Tank f Main Veg Garden
Lettuce Drunken Woman into Tank f Main Veg Garden
Alyssum White
Hollyhocks some of the volunteers
Lovage Levisticum officinale
Strawberry Guava Psidium littorale var. longipes
Last 4 were planted in the Perennial Bed at the end of potting bench to be watered by run-off.
Potted on/up:
Celery American Stringless from a purchased punnet
For the Garden Layout of our half acre block to see What's Growing Where? check out the Map of our place HERE
For seed supplier links see this page HERE

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