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  • GreenhouseGrowing
    Re: Greenhouse Vegetables
    @patty. At this time of year you can still sow lettuces and lots of different types of salad leaves such as rocket. Some herbs will parsely…
    5 August 2015
  • Patty
    Re: Greenhouse Vegetables
    My daughter has just got me a lean to greenhouse, I'm keen to start growing can anyone tell me what I can grow now.
    5 August 2015
  • GreenhouseGrowing
    Re: Growing Grapes in a Greenhouse
    @bobDepending on the type of vine, it could be the result of a few things such as: Incorrect pruning growing too vigorously…
    13 July 2015
  • bob
    Re: Growing Grapes in a Greenhouse
    Hello! I have grown two seedless grape vines in my greenhouse. This is the second year. Last year I got a small bunch of grapes…
    7 July 2015
  • kimkaze
    Re: Growing Courgettes in a Greenhouse
    My plants go yellow far too easily, especially the leaves. They're in a greenhouse and I worry that no bees can get to…
    1 July 2015
  • GreenhouseGrowing
    Re: Growing Courgettes in a Greenhouse
    There are two sorts of flower on a courgette. The flower with the immature vegetable attached is the female and the larger…
    30 June 2015
  • green fingers
    Re: Growing Courgettes in a Greenhouse
    thanks for your advice red boy off to g/house now to pinch out some shoots
    26 June 2015
  • green fingers
    Re: Growing Courgettes in a Greenhouse
    hi there i`m growing courgettes in the green house some stems are forming fruite with the flower at the tip but others are…
    26 June 2015
  • GreenhouseGrowing
    Re: Growing Courgettes in a Greenhouse
    @redboy. It's usually better to pinch out the shoots on trailing varieties. Do this when they're around 50 to 60cm; it's…
    12 June 2015
  • redboy
    Re: Growing Courgettes in a Greenhouse
    Hi, I'm growing a courgette plant in a greenhouse, do I just let the plant grow and ramble or do I have to pinch out any…
    8 June 2015
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