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PostPosted: Sep 11th, '09, 15:39 
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:sad5: AAhhhhh its the return of the Triffids... NO I did not watch that crappy movie :lol:

Have you eaten any of it Gemmell, how was the taste compared to normal size one

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Taz wrote:
How many frosts tried to bite it in that time?


It's under a greenhouse cover, so zero frosts, but some cold nights!

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Have you eaten any of it Gemmell, how was the taste compared to normal size one


I had 7 people over for Hot Pot. We ate maybe 1/3 of it.... :shock:
It tasted fine, no bitterness!


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I used them chinese mix to gemell, the Choi that was with those is much bigger than the others I planted, the others actually have gone to seed and the mixed variety is still going, what are the things with dark green skinny leaves that come in that mix?

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here is a bok choy plant that I gre in the NFT in the greenhouse. I was letting it go to collect the seed, but I couldn't get past it to the growbeds so out it came.


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Gees, they're all coming through now, nice one Stu.......

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Stick it on the scales!! You gotta beat 5.25kg =)


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sorry, the goats have eaten it. I estimate 10 - 12 kg's.

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Not the tallest, nor the biggest, but it is most defiantly the Coolest neglected Silverbeet I have seen in my system.


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Parsley any body


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I'm sure some here would say "that's not real parsley therefore it doesn't count"

Stu I was going to suggest that you entered your beard, but I see you've had a trim :wink:

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F & F - how old is that parsley ?? Did it manage to go through a season without going to seed or is it really only one season old ??

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Nice work guys.... :cheers: I'm liking this thread, crazy plants..

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F & F - how old is that parsley ?? Did it manage to go through a season without going to seed or is it really only one season old ??

Yep only one season old as soon as it looks like going to seed into the drier

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I would love to leave it. However my "Christmas tree" is taking up valuable room.
Is it cheating to use little people to make the plants look bigger :wink:


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Mega Spring onion, I have a few like this.
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I measure it as being over 20mm in diametre

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