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Wowser, you are not wrong…..the squash are looking splendid!!!! i imagine that they will taste great. I just dont know what is wrong with mine!!!!!!!!!!!! xxx
Do you have problems with squash Beatles?
I live in Madrid and have a generous terrace but no yard. I've got a couple potted tomato plants that are looking good, squash would be great if confined.
Well done you great job Peter Scotland
I'm hoping to have a better year next year with the pumpkins and squash. I've still not got any fruit on the butternut squash in my garden. Yours look fab though!
Wait for the stork to go woody/corky like and less green that way you know they will keep through the winter months dan, unless you plan on eating straight away but its better to cure them and let the sugars form. I got a feeling the yellow ones will ripen to a reddish orange colour as the sugars build up this you will start to notice perhaps by late September early October.
How are your lakemont seedless growing? I bought some based on your recommendation a year or so ago and now have a huge amount of grapes about pea size? perhaps I should have thinned them out some more. looking forward to seeing how yours have grown.
Looking good, I put our pumpkin in the ground it was struggling in the pot it was in, the male flowers were not opening in time for the females, but now its in the ground and in full sun it has set two fruit .
I am very envious of your squash plants, mine have been struggling and I am not sure I will even get some fruit at this rate. Your ideas for next year sound interesting, I will enjoy seeing what you grow!
I like to grow winter garlic towards the end of August 🙂
Did you get the carrot seed??
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh thats better, beard is back!!!!!
I am growing leaf beet too, delicious and fresh for the cold months. I have put some Sutherland kale in to – from real seeds
I had been wondering if it was going to work sowing some kale now so you doing a video on what you can this time of year answered my thoughts.
Another good video Dan. I've sown Kale and cauliflower today. Hopefully they'll be OK. Potatoes for Christmas going into tubs tomorrow. PS. Your long hair is looking incredible. keep it growing !
Oh Dan looks good hope u got the seeds inside in time
well done fella. although slug seeds made me laugh.
Thank you for a good video. I'm new to this, I live in a city with a very very small garden – no space for a greenhouse or tunnel. This year I tried growing broad beans in containers. The snails devoured the small plants within days leaving just the stalks:/ any ideas what I can do (humanely) to keep them away from edibles I'm growing. I don't want to kill them. Ant ideas would be greatly appreciated