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"Yard Long" Snake Beans

A productive climber with pods reaching up to 40cm long. A great flavoured bean that's different to a normal bean but perfect for specialty or ethnic dishes

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Psyllid Yellows and Zebra Stripes...

If you see the growing tips of your newly planted tomatoes or potatoes curling and going yellow, they may be infected with a bacterium of the genus Liberibacter.

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5L Sprayer

Featuring easy pressurised pump design, safety pressure relief valve, shoulder strap, brass extension lance up to 650mm and ergonomic spray control trigger with flow control for easy weed extermination this Spring

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Halloween Stuffed Capsicums

Counterbalance the Halloween treats this year with Halloween Stuffed Capsicums! Have a spoOoOoky halloween!

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Cape Gooseberry

A classic making a comeback! Beautiful, tasty with a slight crunch from the seeds - this golden-yellow fruit emerges from paper-like outer cases and is very mildly sweet when ripe.

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Russian Giant Sunflowers

Russian Sunflower seeds can go from sowing to flowering in just 12 weeks! This classic beauty produces huge golden flowers with big, strong tall stems. Give them plenty of space, food and moisture to ensure you get the maximum size

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Growing Guide to Cucumber

Cucumber is the fresh, versatile produce you can eat straight from the garden! Cucumber loves growing alongside beans, radish, spinach, peas, corn - and marigolds will help act as a natural pest repellent. 

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Latest Questions & Answers

What is the best and most effective way to deal with climbing weeds?

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Control invasive weeds such as 'Wandering Willie' (Tradescantia Fluminensis) and 'Convolvulus' with herbicide. Spray only during warm, dry spells and be prepared to do follow-up sprays. Spray the whole plant, and then follow up with another spray two or…

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How do I plant vegies and fruits in pots?

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The key to success in pot planting is keeping the water up. Pots dry out far quicker than garden beds and even if your plants don’t die they will be in survival mode, concentrating on seed…

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How deep do I plant the seeds?

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Most seed packets tell you how deep to plant. A rule of thumb is to sow seeds two or three times as deep as they are wide. Take care not to plant seeds to deep. A seed contains a limited supply of stored food to nourish it during germination. If you plant…

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