• 24Jun

    Feeding Your Horse This Winter

    As the season changes and the days become cooler, it’s essential you’re aware of the changes to your horse’s management and feeding. Horses need to eat at least 1.5% of their body weight a day. This is trickier in winter as the quality of the pasture is significantly reduced. It’s worth feeding your horses extra… Read more »

  • 01Jun

    Winter Flower Planting Guide

    The flowers you plant for winter will determine the colours and textures that come through your garden in the cooler months. Did you know the flowers that will thrive in your Winter garden will depend on the climate you live in? Australia itself has six different climates. Subtropical in South East Queensland and Northern New… Read more »

  • 25May

    Vegetables You Can Plant Now For Winter

    The quality of your homegrown vegetables lies in the climate they’re grown in.  Certain vegetables, fruits, and herbs will thrive in a cool, dry climate while others won’t be able to survive without moisture and humidity. So, for Australians, this means we need to be careful and consider the region of Australia we’re living in… Read more »

  • 15May

    Relocating Plants: Tips For Plant Transplant Success

    Considering relocating one of your plants to a new spot in your garden? Whether it’s for the plant’s sun and water needs or for the appearance of your garden, there is some preparation you’ll need to complete before you uproot your plant. Did you know that relocating plants can often lead to “transplant shock”? Similar… Read more »

  • 28Apr

    Fine Foliage

    There are so many flowering plants blooming now in gardens, though selecting a few foliage beauties to plant amongst them will really make your garden pop with diversity. Try these for a garden medley. Abelia ‘Kaleidoscope’(Pictured). Famed for its unique foliage colour, ‘Kaleidoscope’ has beautiful tones that change with the seasons. By autumn this combination… Read more »

  • 26Apr

    Citrus Leafminer

    Citrus leafminer (Phyllocnistis citrella) is a very common pest on citrus plants. The adult is a small moth (wingspan approximately 5mm) which lays eggs on flushes of new growth. Tiny grubs then hatch and burrow into the leaf. The larvae feed by tunneling their way around leaving tracks or mines (hence their name) all over… Read more »

  • 24Apr

    Grow flowering bulbs in a bowl

    Try your hand at a different kind of indoor plant by growing bulbs in a bowl of pebbles and water. Easy to do but still delivers amazing results! Some spring flowering bulbs will readily grow indoors in bowls without the need for soil. It’s very easy to do and will keep kids interested for weeks… Read more »

  • 21Apr

    ZZ Zamioculcas

    Zamioculcas is an amazing indoor plant but it’s name is certainly a bit tricky. In fact it’s full botanical name is Zamioculcas zamiifolia so how’s that for a mouthful? However it’s worth persevering with because it’s an indoor plant that will survive in low light with little water and zero attention. Just perfect if you’re… Read more »

  • 19Apr

    Knockout Native

    Golden penda (Xanthostemon chrysanthus) is a fabulous rainforest tree that thrives in sub-tropical and warm temperate conditions. It’s an Australian native that is related to eucalypts and bottlebrushes and produces masses of amazing yellow flowers in summer and autumn. The golden penda comes into flower during autumn and winter with amazing yellow balls of colour…. Read more »

  • 18Apr

    Peas

    If you want to enjoy delicious peas this winter and spring then you need to get planting now. Trust us when we say they taste sooo good picked fresh from the garden. Peas are one the oldest veggies to be grown on earth and have been found dating back as far as 9750BC. They were… Read more »