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   Nov 28

Your Questions About Gardening

Paul asks…

What zone is kew gardens rail in? 3 or 4?

Going to London in a few weeks do i need to get a zones 1-3 card or a zones 1-4 card?

Thank-you! x

GardenersCardiff answers:

Kew gardens station is on the border and is in both zones 3 & 4, but since the January fare changes it doesn’t matter £7.30 off peak 1-3 or 1-4

David asks…

What garden zone is Reno, Nv?

GardenersCardiff answers:

Looks like you’re between zone 6 and zone 7.

Http://www.plantmaps.com/interactive-nevada-usda-plant-zone-hardiness-map.php

William asks…

how do I grow a winter garden of veggies in Zone & ? read:?

I have grown flowers and summer veggie garden profusely in zone 7 Oregon, but I have no idea how to grow winter veggies, I need suggestions

GardenersCardiff answers:

The fall/winter garden is much the same as a spring/summer garden. Fertilizing and water requirements will be about the same. The only real difference is the type of veggies you plant. They need to be for a cool climate and tolerant of lower temperatures. Most members of the brassica family do well as cool-season veggies. I have just planted collards, kale (2 varieties), oriental cabbage (2 varieties), Brussels sprouts (2 varieties), kohlrabi, beets (not a brassica, but still a cool-weather crop), rutabagas and turnips in zone 8, N.W. Florida. In zone 7 you should probably hurry if you want them do get a good start; they are cool-weather crops but they still need some warmth to sprout and time to grow before cooler temps get here.

Last year I had cauliflower, cabbage, carrots and 3 varieties of lettuce planted as well as what is listed above, except the beets and kale. I didn’t grow them last year.

Good luck and enjoy!

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