Home

fresh citrus trees just arrived

bonnie-marie-grow-better-ad-03

A budding gardening celebrity is born !

By James Wall. There she stood talking to the camera. Hands waving about like a true gardening celebrity. By goodness, it was our budding young work experience girl, who became our award winning apprentice and is now our highly respected full time horticulturist who also writes a gardening blog on the side. Introducing Bonnie Marie …

Read more

Still some good trees available.

A Melbourne garden in winter.

By James Wall, Gardenworld. It’s time to get off the couch, sharpen up the secatuers and face up to winter head on. There is so much that can be achieved – and when the wind is not blowing too hard from the south, Melbourne is not really that cold at all. Later, you come back …

Read more

citrus-leaf-miner-silvery-lines

Citrus leaf miner – silvery lines on leaves.

There is one pest that has been making an appearance in almost every garden, and that is the citrus leaf miner, Phyllocnistis citrella. They are a common pest that attack citrus trees from summer to autumn, especially when the weather isn’t consistent. But they can also prove to be a problem in the early months …

Read more

Coca-Cola-Life

Stevia adds life to a soft drink.

By James Wall. We all try to live life in a healthy manner, but I’m the first to admit partaking in the consumption of a few so called ‘treats’. One of them is the very occasional small bottle of coke – only 330ml of it – only 8 and a half teaspoons of sugar !!! …

Read more

Website by SWiM Communications