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Herbs

by Cesy,

My herbs are all dead again. I can't figure out if it's lack of water, if they don't like the semi-shade, if I need to give them more food or compost or what. :( At least the aloe vera is flourishing. And, in true Murphy's Law, I haven't burned myself since I got it, so I haven't needed to ...

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New website features (release 7)

by Skud,

We just pushed a whole load of new features, bugfixes, etc to the website, including: Major features: * Massive crop upload including brassicas, squashes, mint familiy (Lamaciae) and more. * Follow other members. You can now follow other Growstuff members. (Note: there are still some impr...

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Optimism is... planting butternuts at Christmas

by Skud,

Like I said in my last post, everything has been late and disorganised this spring. However, I'm trying to get some stuff planted *juuuusssssttttt* under the wire for December, and hopefully they'll have time to grow before things cool down in the new year. Last year I was pretty amazed how lon...

butternut squash sunflowers nasturtia arugula purslane nettles
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A slow start to summer

by Skud,

I'm so very, very behind on my gardening. I was travelling heaps and had lots of other commitments through October/November, which is peak spring planting time here, and nothing got done. I've come to the realisation that if I'm going to do work that involves that sort of travel, I need to cut ...

squash zucchini eggplants San Marzano tomatoes tomatoes sorrels arugula sunflowers cavalo nero
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New Growstuff features

by Skud,

We just pushed a new production release to the website, with the following changes: Features: * Support for alternate names for crops was added. Look for search to come soon. * Added many tomato varieties * When you mention a crop in a post, that post shows on the crop page * We will soo...

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New feature - crop mentions!

by Skud,

So we have this new feature where if you mention a crop like [tomato](crop) or [lemon](crop) or [dill](crop) using the Markdown syntax (like: \[dill]\(crop)), your post will show up on the crop page. Click through to any of those crops, scroll down, and take a look!

dill tomatoes lemons
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Blooming lemon tree

by SporkyRat,

What the everliving what. My [lemon](crop) tree is blooming in November. Is this common in lemon trees?

lemons
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Brickwork!

by maco,

Surprise! I got home from work yesterday and discovered my husband had finished the brickwork around the veggie garden. He says he'd started moving the bricks from their pile to get them off the driveway, and well the logical place to put them was where they belong, and then halfway through he re...

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Fall bed prep

by maco,

ARGH I got logged out while writing this post, and there was so much, and now I have to type it all again :( In my area, spring only lasts about 2 weeks. It goes from too cold to be outside to over 80F in about that time, so as soon as you can be outside, it's time to have the plants in the gr...

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Spring in Adelaide

by lucychili,

Hullo It is October in Adelaide Planting vegies for the summer and trying to find a balance between sun and shade for the hot months. Are there other folk planting for AU Spring?

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Feature Request and Hello

by greenlabs,

Hi Grow Stuff, I love the work you are doing and would like to get involved as a coder volunteer and tester on a casual basis. I have a IT Background but not a coder Would also like to request if Grow Stuff is planning to enable the following features 1)Moon Planting 2)Visual Garden Designer...

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Pūhā for dinner

by shiny,

There are so very many edible weeds in our garden. [Pūhā](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pūhā) galore of course - which can we draped over roasting meat (too much work) or steamed to remove the bitterness and then pretend it's spinach for eggs bene. It's been "what's for dinner" in our suburb s...

mint peppermint
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