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STOP the hose squeeze

This summer set yourself up right with the McGregors 5 Piece Hose set - a must have for every garden.

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Kowhai Seeds

The seasonal nectar of Kowhai is an important food source for the Tui, bellbird and kereru, so why not attract these beautiful birds to your garden with your own kowhai?

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Ohakune Carrot Seeds

Plant your seeds direct into soil in rows 30cm apart and you can be enjoying them in as little as 12 weeks!

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Kohl Rabi

Available in red or green, now is a great time to sow seeds directly into your garden alongside beetroot and celery, avoid beans and tomatoes 🌱

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Cottage Garden Mix

Perfect for creating a natural and typically English, cottage garden. Our mix contains: Achillea, Calendula Centaurea, Clarkia, Cosmos Delphinium, Digitalis Eschscholzia plus many more

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Are the growing tips on your tomatoes or potatoes yellow and curling?

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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Protect Your Plants from Sap-Sucking Aphids

Aphids are commonly found on new buds, and new leaves where the soft new growth is easier for them to get their hypodermic-like proboscis into, and they can reach the sap 🐜 read all about how you can tackle them in your garden!

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Latest Questions & Answers

How do I create my own worm farm?

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Creating a worm farm is a great idea for getting rid of kitchen scraps. Plus it creates a natural (and low cost) fertiliser and gives the kids a low maintenance project they can own. Worms turn food scraps into a soil amendment called…

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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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There are prickles all over my lawn, how do I get rid of them?

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This is most likely Onehunga weed or Prickle weed, it is a bunched prickle that can make walking on the lawn painful. Treat Onehunga with McGregor’s Onehunga Weed Out treatment for specialised results. …

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