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!Read more
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!Read more
Also known as 'Grannys Bonnet" Aquilegia is a beautiful display of cottage garden colour that bees love!Read more
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.Read more
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 branchesRead more
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 gardenRead more
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!Read more
Get ready for Autumn!
Check out our handy tips to prepare your garden
Prevent pests in your garden
Prevention is better than the cure - see our handy tips on preventing unwanted pests in your garden!
Perfect for Spring or Autumn planting, Broccoli is rich in vitamins and minerals and is THE super food!
Latest Questions & Answers
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: …Read More
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…Read More
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…Read More