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Jalapenos!

Jalapenos are the medium-sized chilli pepper pods that are perfect for stuffing with seafood, meat, poultry, or cheese! Fast becoming more popular in NZ you can grow them yourself in a sunny spot alongside your tomatoes.

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Tarragon Herbs

Not only is tarragon the SUPER companion plant helping to deter pests, but it's also great for adding to meats, fish, eggs and vegetables!

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Wildflower - Bee attracting mix

Colour your garden and help support the bees! 🐝 Plant the McGregors Wildflower Mix to help provide a wide range of pollen and nectar-producing flowers for healthier, more disease-resistant bees

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Micro Greens Mix

Trendy, colourful, healthy and tasty 💚 Micro Greens are perfect for growing indoors on the windowsill - make your next dish look like something from an upscale restaurant .

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Growing Capsicums

The Capsicum (or pepper) is also a close relation to the tomato and they are perfect for planting together! With so many varieties, why not try something different this season?

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Plant Spinach next to your Zucchini - it benefits from the shade zucchini provides in the heat of summer, and zucchini benefits fro the nutrients spinach leaves behind!

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Latest Questions & Answers

What is the best way to treat prickle weeds in my lawn?

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Onehunga weed, commonly called prickled weed, and bindii in Australia, is a branched prickly-seeded weed that forms in patches up to 40cm across in lawns, playing fields and golf courses. It is a…

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What are the best flowering plants for attracting bees?

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Blue and yellow flowering plants are the best plants for bees. These plants are even better if they are mass planted so bees can spend their time foraging in one area. Our native Hebe is also a bee magnet, as are fruit trees such as apple, pear, citrus and…

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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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