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Mighty Edibles Competition!

Help get kids involved with the garden and be in to WIN!

We want to see the biggest Zucchini you can grow!

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Egg Carton Seed Starts!

Keep them busy these school holidays

Growing seedlings in an egg carton is an easy beginner’s gardening project for kids!

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School Holiday Ideas!

Check out these easy to grow seeds for the kids!

Gardening is a great way to get children outside, learning about the cycle of life and starting their journey from seed to table.

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NEW Weedbuster + Seed Fertiliser Tape

Learn more about our new weed surpressing tape with Osmocote fertilizer!

High quality thicker seed tape that forms as a weed barrier plus controlled release fertiliser.

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FruitMax 200ml + 500ml

The complete liquid fertiliser!

FruitMax is a complete liquid fertiliser for flowering, fruiting and root-crop plants

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Strawberry and Kiwifruit Popsicles

Just in time for summer!

Check out this recipe perfect for the kids these school holidays!

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Latest Questions & Answers

What are easy-to-grow Asian vegies?

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Oriental vegetable varieties have becomes a part of our everyday diets. And, like other fresh vegetables, they taste better if they’re grown in the home garden and harvested just as they’re required. Many grow easily from seed, which means you can…

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What is the most effective treatment to control thistles whilst not killing my lawn?

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There are several species of thistle that are weeds in New Zealand; Nodding Thistle, California Thistle, Scotch Thistle and Sow Thistle. Californian Thistle is a perennial and can be difficult to control due to vegetative growth from its creeping and spreading root system. In mown lawns it…

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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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