Most often, tomatoes are vegetable plants that never stop growing. They are said to be indeterminate, so to support them in their growth, it is important to provide them with appropriate support. What materials to use and what will be the best structure? And how do you attach the rod to the stake?
Category Vegetable garden
Baselle in summary: Latin name: Basella rubra Common name: Baselle, Malabar spinach Family: Basellaceae Type: Leaf vegetable Height: 1.50 m to 2 m Planting distance: 40 cm Exposure: Sunny Soil: Rich in humus and loose Planting: March-April Harvest: July to September Baselle is an annual climbing plant.
Taro in summary: Latin name: Colocasia esculenta Common names: Taro, caribbean cabbage, madeira, songe, dachine, malanga Family: Araceae Types: Perennial, vegetable Height: 1 m to 1.50 m Planting distance: 50 cm Exposure: Sunny to half-shaded Soil: Non-limestone, loose and humus Plantation: March-April Harvest: December-January Taro, Madeira, Dream, Dachine, Malanga or Caribbean Cabbage; behind all these names, hides a tuberous perennial plant with many interests.