I want to start growing my own salad stuff, and perhaps a few veggies,
in one of those plastic small sort of small greenhouse. Is it too late
in the year. I have never grown this sort of thing before except for
tomatoes. how do I start with lettuce and mustard cress
How hot is it where you are?
Some stuff here on hot weather greens:
Unless it is very cold where you are, the warmer temps in the
greenhouse will work against you.
I have some Swiss Chard and Kale (a rescue from KMart) growing in 7b.
Probably too late for them, but the Kale is doing well and the Swiss
Chard is OK. It'll be in the 90's tomorrow, so I'll see.
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I would say UK.
Why would a person from gardenbanter.co.uk ask a q here?
Well, I have the whole of gardenbanter (AWA googlegroups and the
aptly-named eternal-september blocked) due to lack of interest but I
have not yet learned to ignore new threads that start with followups!
Well why not? I know we all get irritated with Gardenbanter posts, but then
they are no more irritating than any other newsgroup posters. One of my pet
peeves are those posters who live in the US who say they live in Zone X and
thus assume that tells others all they need to know.
We're all victims of our own cultures/assumptions and that applies to
Netland as well as our normal lives. I'm trying to be nice to my pet peeve.
I feed and groom it regularly but sometimes I really am very tempted to just
kick the fertiliser out of it and send it to a peeve shelter where someone
else witll take the responsibility for either rehousing it or putting it to
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