ThaiGer


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What not to grow

Posted: 30/01/2013 at 17:27

I grow lots of the same types of vegetables every year in my land (I mean the plants, are not for sale, only our kitchen garden). I also like to try new things as often as I can. It's fun to experiment. But there are a few that I grow year after year, only to end up wondering why I continue to grow them. I don't know if I feel obligated to grow them, or if I'm too stubborn to give up, or I feel overly optimistic in the spring, or I just want to use up the seeds, or... Maybe I have a small idea for you (include me). Try to grow vegies as a THEME. It's mean like MEDITERRANIAN, or upper north folks (as Canada or Finnland), or, if you can a tropic/subtropical area, or a water area with water spinach, etc....I don't no, but you understand, what I mean?I have to think about this, now...greetings, ThaiGer.

Lemon Tree

Posted: 29/01/2013 at 17:20

hello onemore, under 13 degree C! they not blooming. Please look HERE , it's help for  growing inside over the winter...you can grow lemon tree in UK. But you have to know something about citrus fruit trees.Greetings, ThaiGer.

Lemon Tree

Posted: 29/01/2013 at 15:52

When the blossoms come out, 6 degree not enough, sure.The blossoms like to stand in full sun, wet surface in the morning and evening and worm feeds. Sometime the winter weather is more effective outside than in cold room inside. If you have a day with sun, no cold wind, put it outside to the sunshine for some houres...(not under 6 degree!), greetings.ThaiGer.

help needed with identification

Posted: 27/01/2013 at 09:36

Look HERE also.You have luck of finding this plant. 

srong stone cleanrer

Posted: 26/01/2013 at 09:20

I like to see the stones WITH green organic surface. Because of this I "clean" nice stones with moss extract. Greetings, ThaiGer

Foxtail Lilies

Posted: 22/01/2013 at 17:15

hi, HERE are not my experiences, but have a look...

An idea of mineinclude grit) make a mix of Foxtail lily (Eremrus) Allium sphaerocephalon, some types of Heleniums, papaver somniferum, poppies, Achillea ‘Flowerburst Red’, ornamental grasses, Verbena, White Verbasum, Echinacea...Greetings, ThaiGer.

Lemon tree

Posted: 22/01/2013 at 17:01

hi, Verdun, maybe look HERE . We start growing lemon and kaffir lemon also in pot- successfully.Best luck and enjoy the blossoms too..., ThaiGer.

Composting in excavation

Posted: 20/01/2013 at 10:26

Hello Mohan, This forum is very busy and with "open ears" for problems and/or experiences of another kind of gardening...

If you like to find some information about composting generally and in tropical areas on the other hand, you can look HERE . You'll find some article include aerobic/anaerobic, kitchen waste...,best luck and greetings, ThaiGer

Growing fruit

Posted: 20/01/2013 at 10:05

Hello, Goji berry is a good idea. We have some and I can say that this fruit shrub is very modest to take care. The seed kernel in pot or garden, they grow alone. You can look at this video about growing in pot. Best luck and greetings,ThaiGer

 

The best multi purpose compost this year

Posted: 19/01/2013 at 12:21

Thank you very much.

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