Welcome To The Gardenworld Nursery Blog
Here we share ways to create a beautiful garden with helpful information and problem-solving advice from experts within the industry.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FRIcKUgQlOE Join James in the nursery as he explains the difference between Camellia japonica and Camellia sasanqua. Find out how to best grow them in your garden and you never know, you might discover some new hybrids along the way! Key Points: Camellia japonica – needs more shelter, best grown in morning sun Camellia japonica
Winter is that time of year when many of us retreat to the warmth of our homes, and the garden can suddenly become an afterthought. With the lack of colour from many perennial plants during this time of year, it can feel a little less exciting. Well, prepare to be excited… as this is when
The digital world we now live in makes it easier than ever to not only connect with people around the globe and interstate, but it also means information and products become easier to access. Did you know that Garenworld Nursery currently delivers to the Mornington Peninsula for just $19.95 and the whole of Melbourne Metropolitan
Easter Egg Dying What You Will Need: Nylon stockings/socks String Eggs (You can use blown eggs or raw eggs) Flowers Plants For Dye red cabbage (1/2 head) Brown onion skins (from 3 onions) Powdered turmeric (about two tablespoons) Powdered Paprika White vinegar Easter is one of my favourite times of the year to crack open
Daphne has romance and enticed many gardeners with their sweet fragrance and beautiful pastel blooms. They have also challenged a few of us at times and refused to grow. Whether you have succeeded or have been left defeated in growing one in your garden, I encourage you, if you are the later of the two
In the phase of one year, a mature tree will take up 22 kilograms worth of Carbon Dioxide from the atmosphere. During this process, the plants use the co2 to photosynthesis which generates the sugars and foods they need to grow. When digging homemade compost into the soil, this effectively reduces the number of methane