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Morning Light: The Fetchland Gardening Wire

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10 Jan
7:47pm, 10 Jan 2021
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Ocelot Spleens
I have..never done very well..it has to experience a winter too...might have missed the boat this year....
10 Jan
7:55pm, 10 Jan 2021
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Cerrertonia
Any time before March will be fine for Garlic. They don't like to be waterlogged, so might actually be better holding off for a while if you've had the levels of rain we've had recently.
10 Jan
8:44pm, 10 Jan 2021
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rf_fozzy
If garlic likes a hot summer, then grow it in your greenhouse.

Or get a propagator/planter/cold frame/similar with a clear/transparent lid.

And just keep it well watered, but not waterlogged.
10 Jan
8:54pm, 10 Jan 2021
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MarkyMarkMark (3M)
Ooh - garlic in the greenhouse is a genius idea Fozzy!

I planted it a couple of years on the trot in the veg bed using cloves from Lidl! Year 1 was pretty good. Year 2 was wetter & cooler, and the crop was very disappointing.

Off to Lidl for a bulb later this week with the rest of the groceries, now!
11 Jan
12:25am, 11 Jan 2021
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Angus Clydesdale
Eynsham, new potatoes in bags. Brilliant. Do it!
11 Jan
8:24am, 11 Jan 2021
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Garfield
I like the idea of new potatoes in bags too. :)
11 Jan
11:23pm, 11 Jan 2021
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gardengirl
Thanks for the garlic advice. Long warm summers aren’t really a thing around here so I might try some in the greenhouse and some in a raised bed under a cloche / cold frame.
Gus
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1:01am, 17 Jan 2021
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Gus
As a newbie(ish) gardener in sunny Scotland is there anything I should be planting/pruning this month, snow and frost permitting?

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