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It’s been wet, it’s been cold, days are short and grey. It really is hard to get motivated to get out in the garden. But there is always something to do out there. So here’s some ideas to get you up and about, and out in the garden this weekend. Preparation Garden Beds
As Autumn leaves fall, and the cooler weather creeps up on us, many of you may be forgiven for thinking that the action-packed splurge of growth in the World around us is winding down, however, in some parts, things are just getting interesting. Under our feet is a giant network of interconnected tiny threads, burrowed
Each year, Australians waste on average 7.6 million tonnes of food, one in five shopping bags, or approx 312kgs per person. Equivalent to $2000 – $2500 per year. The amount of land used to grow the food that we waste, is larger than the size of Victoria. The water used is over 2600 gigalitres, equivalent
There is a bit of a running joke at the information counter at Gardenworld of late. We have a strong team of highly experienced Horticulturalists, who are always there, and happy to answer your Gardening questions, and provide advice. But recently, for some customers, we haven’t had to rack the brain, or hit the books
As we near winter, the soil temperature decreases. Our garden beds begin to slow their growth, and the plants that thrive thru Spring and Summer, come to the end of their growth cycles, and begin more dormant periods. Lawns need less mowing, and thankfully so, because motivation to get out in the garden is definitely
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