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Lettuce Seed Crisco Crisphead

In the more mild climates of NZ, you can still grow your own lettuce! 🥬 Best started in seed trays and planted out in 4-6 weeks, they prefer soil temperatures above 8°C and are best planted alongside carrots, onions and your brassicas 💚

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Broad Beans

Broad Beans are easy to grow and can still be planted in the temperate regions of NZ through to June. Sow direct into the garden about 15-25cm apart and be sure to build a support system for them if you garden is in a windy area 👍

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Protect Your Veggies and Seedlings from Ravenous Slugs and Snails

Slugs and snails can be a great enemy to gardeners. Check out our tips to combat these pests!

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Kūmara Stuffed with Sautéed Kale and Parmesan

A modern twist on a healthy winter classic!

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Kale Seed Red Russian

May and June is the time

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How to look after your Winter Garden Vegetables!

With winter fast approaching, it's easy to think more rain, it's ok! But your garden still needs regular attention and help to get the most out of your crop. Check out our handy tips to keeping your vegetables happy through the colder months!

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Latest Questions & Answers

Where do Slugs and Snails live? And how do I rid them from my garden?

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Common nocturnal pests of the home garden with a voracious appetite for young seedlings and a number of ornamental plants such as Hosta, and the native Reinga Lily. They thrive in damp conditions (winter-spring) or where there is cover from daytime sun. Solution: …

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What are some tips to make sure I get the most out of my seeds?

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Sow seeds in shallow trays or recycled plastic plant punnets. Vegies that hate root disturbance, such as carrots and coriander, can be sown in peat pots. Sow in sterile seed-raising mix. This mix contains slow release fertilisers and fungicides to…

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Which herbs can I grow indoors?

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Perennial herbs, such as rosemary, oregano, thyme, chives, bay laurel and mint are easiest to grow from seedlings that you can purchase at a garden center. You can also use small plants dug from your garden. Many herbs can be started from cuttings, too. For…

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