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Coriander Herb Seeds

Also known as Cilantro or Chinese Parsley

Use spicy leaves for salads, pickles salsas, curries and other full flavoured dishes. Now one of NZ's most popular herbs. Very easy to grow!

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Get ready for your Autumn Garden Clean Up!

Our top products to help your Autumn Clean up - as seen in Kiwi Gardener Magazine!

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McGregor's Spraying Oil

Having trouble with scale insects such as mites and aphids in your garden?

McGregor's 200ml Concentrate Strength Spraying Oil is an all-purpose spraying oil that makes up to 20L of spray and is suitable for use on a range of plants!

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Growing Guide to Coriander

Coriander has become one of NZ's most popular herbs as it's so easy to grow and great for for salads, pickles, salsas and curries!

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Pop Up Bag

Tidying up the garden?

With several sizes available they are perfect for garden refuse but can also be used for toys or as a clothing hamper - great for mess free storage!

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Broccoli Steaks with Paprika and Chilli

Add some spice to your broccoli as the weather begins to cool thanks to the team at 5aday.co.nz!

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