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Yesterday at 14:37:01 by CotswoldLass | Views: 80 | Comments: 2
Just popped by to say that. Have a lovely Christmas all and hope 2015 is good to you
Yesterday at 12:03:29 by goodlife
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Right I'm going back to my old post here..http://www.allotments4all.co.uk/smf/index.php/topic,75286.0.html
Has any of you had a go growing these in this country.
My first attempt with the giant Sakurajima didn't go well...and it was all down to my lack of research..
I didn't know at the time that these 'giants' are daylight sensitive. ...needing 12 hrs day light and 12 hrs darkness.. And there was me sowing them in april/may..they bolted almost instantly!!!
Now I'm wondering if the 'normal' mooli seeds that are sold commonly in UK are all the same....needing very early sowing to get them going before summer comes and bolt them....or late sowing...
I've noticed that Jungle seeds is now UK supplier for Sakurajima radish seeds....AND....they have them in sale now too...
Just made little order to get some of these more for another go....and got few other interesting 'bits' for some experimentation this summer.. ...one of them is Japanise RICE!
Yesterday at 12:02:24 by gazza1960
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Yesterday at 10:47:05 by ACE
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Found at one of these coffee mornings she goes to. I have never come across it before, but what a funny looking plant. It is starting to shoot up all over the pot and the tiny little flowers come on long stems which are totally different from the actual plant stem. The flower would be spectacular if it was not so tiny and from reading up, it is just a slice of stem stuck in a pot to get new ones. It had a label calling it a candle plant but green sausage would suit it better. Although it is more glaucous than green in colour.. Like I say, weird, dandylion flowerbuds, succulent stem and it's a daisy. nicked pictures.
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