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Capsicum Melrose

Are the deeply aromatic, thick-fleshed, elongated peppers on a short, bushy plant. Delicious crunchy and raw, or cooked and young, green fruit tastes similar to green capsicum. Capsicums will change to a bright red colour as they mature with a sweeter richer flavour.

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Dianthus Victoriana

Dianthus Victoriana are the frilly flowers in a mixture of pink, red, purple, and rose, and all possess a delightful fragrance. Sow into trays for subsequent transplanting after frosts have ended. Can be sown direct in garden if there is no danger of frost

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Microgreen Beetroot

A sweet earthy flavour. Packed with nutrients including, vitamins A, C, E & K. Excellent flavour for salads, stir fries, smoothies and as a spectacular garnish. Sow in trays on your windowsill for all year round garnish at hand

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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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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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