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Sweet Baby Watermelon

It's now time to plant your watermelon in seed trays, ready for transplanting in 4-6 weeks! 😍 If your in the cooler regions, plant yours in September and when you transplant to the garden make sure to avoid planting next to your potatoes 🌱

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Beefsteak Tomatoes

re perfect for slicing and filling your summer sandwiches or burgers 😋 Make sure to give your plants plenty of space and regularly check your supports to ensure you get the largest tomatoes possible 🍅

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Mediterranean Baked Kūmara

Delicious meat-free winter comfort food!

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Tidy Up Your Garden for Spring

Spring is just around the corner, it's a perfect time to get into the garden and prepare!

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Leek Seeds

In temperate regions Aug/Sep is the time to plant your leek seeds in undercover seed trays (Sep/Oct for cooler).

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Kohl Rabi

High in vitamins and minerals, Kohl Rabi is a great alternative to cabbage and turnips; much like cabbage, it has red or green as colour options. Sow directly into your garden alongside beetroot and celery but avoid beans and tomatoes 🌱

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Radish Seed Tape

Radishes are the super easy to grow - year round growers in temperate areas of NZ 👐 Sow direct into the garden alongside your leeks, spinach, strawberries and tomatoes! 👍

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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 the pros and cons of a raised bed?

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PROS: Raised beds are ideal if you have a sloping site or the soil is heavy clay or very sandy. They look smart and allow for easy crop rotation. They keep the soil a few degrees warmer, enabling an earlier start in spring and later cropping in autumn. If you are new to gardening,…

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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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