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​This is a Time to Grow Your Own Vegetables

With lockdown coming into place, it will be great to spend some time in your garden growing your own!

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Silver Beet Bright Lights

A simple vegetable to grow, working well in both containers and in the garden. After picking a few leaves, it will regrow from the base of the plant meaning you can come back time and time again!

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Aquilegia Flowers

Also known as 'Grannys Bonnet" Aquilegia is a beautiful display of cottage garden colour that bees love!

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Kohl Rabi

High in Vitamins and minerals, Kohl Rabi is a great alternative to boring old cabbage and turnips and much like cabbage it has red or green as colour options.

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Pole Pruner

Need help pruning those hard to reach branches? Our Telescopic Pole Pruner with its lightweight aluminium handle can extend up to 2.3m long. A 355mm curved saw and 2 pulley system makes for effortless cutting of all size branches

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Start your own worm farm!

Having your own worm farm is a fun way to recycle your household waste into something you can use on your garden

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March Garden Guide

With summer gradually coming to an end, it’s time to start getting excited about the new season ahead and what it might bring: our first rains, an exquisite colour palette, and a chance to start thinking about where to plant those winter veggies!

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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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How do I tackle summer garden pests?

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When plants are stressed by high temperatures, they are far more susceptible to attacks by garden pests. Here are a few common summer garden gremlins to look out for: Red spider mite breeds at a rapid…

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What is Leaf Curl? And how can I treat it?

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Peaches and nectarines with red, blistered and curled leaves are showing signs of leaf curl, which can debilitate the tree. Pick off the worst leaves. Spray with a fungus control liquid every week or two during spring (except during blossoming) until all…

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