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Preventing Pests

Having pests take over your garden can be so disappointing, but prevention can be better than the cure... Check out our handy guide on our website to help you avoid unwanted pests in your garden!

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Fiesta Mixed Radishes

Fiesta Mixed Radish is a quick to mature variety that only occupies a small space in the garden. Lots of different shapes and colours are in this mix, so it will be a surprise when they are harvested!

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Livingstone Daisies

Livingstone daisies flower almost all year round, and if you're wanting to bring colour and bee's 🐝 to your garden - then these daisies need to be on your list!

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Italian Parsley

Italian Parsley is absolutely packed with flavour and so easy to grow. Plant it next to your asparagus to help repel Asparagus beetle or mix with softened butter, salt and garlic - fill an ice cube tray and chill for the perfect steak butter!

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350mm Pruning Saw

With curved blade for fast, controlled sawing and cushion grip handles for safety and ease

It's razor teeth are ideal for sawing through green or dry wood with ease and simply fit an extension pole to saw those hard to reach heights!

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February Garden Guide

Read up on the most important things to do for your garden this summer, plus what seeds are ready to be sown!

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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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