• 02Mar

    Autumn Flowers

    Autumn flowers planting guide by regional zone. Do you want to know what colour you can expect to grow in your garden during the Autumn months? We’ve grabbed the Regional Zone Planting Guide from About The Garden to make it easy for you locate your zone on the map (via About The Garden) and discover… Read more »

  • 18Feb
    Stance Equitec

    Stance Equitec Supplements

    Stance Equitec supplements are made from natural and ethically sourced ingredients, are scientifically formulated and are designed to help your horse look, feel and perform their best. How to decide what your horse needs? Visit Stance TruGuide Answer the short questionaire about your horse Download your custom balanced diet with product recommendations View the Stance… Read more »

  • 18Feb
    Arowquip

    Arrowquip | Improving the Business of Livestock Handling

    Arrowquip are dedicated to improving the business of livestock handling and they want to help you. Improve your livestock handling with some actionable tips by watching the videos below: Cattle Tip Sheep Tip Popular Livestock Handling Products Q-Catch MKII Dual Cattle Crush Bud Flow Crowding Tub Adjustable Sheep Draft View Arrowquip’s range of proven stockyard… Read more »

  • 16Feb

    Summer Salvias

    If you’re looking for plants that flower, in the sun, all year round with the minimum of care, then read on. Pictured: Salvia Salvatore Blue – Taller spike with the deepest of blue colour. Salvatore flowers from late Spring right into Autumn. Tough and hardy and attracts the pollinators to your garden. 30cm H. No… Read more »

  • 16Feb
    Hot Chillis

    Hot Nights Planting Chillies

    With our multicultural taste palette, it’s not surprising that the chilli has become one of our most popular spices. Considering how easy and cheap chillies are to grow, why not grow your own? Chillies are at their best during the warmer months of the year and tend to sulk a bit if the winter gets… Read more »

  • 16Feb
    Summer scents

    Summer Scents

    One of the most loved of all summer flowering trees is the frangipani (plumeria sp.). The frangipani has alluring perfume and beautiful, tropical-style foliage. It grows to heights of 4 metres and brings the feel of a tropical island resort right to your backyard. It flowers throughout the summer and is unperturbed by the heat…. Read more »

  • 16Feb
    leaf burn

    Leaf Burn

    All sorts of plants can be affected by leaf burn, particularly during the hottest times of the year. Leaf burn on plants looks awful and is very frustrating to the plant-lover, but luckily there are some easy precautions that you can use to avoid having this problem. The most common cause of lear burn is… Read more »

  • 16Feb
    Summer Ferns

    Summer Ferns

    Ferns are among the most beautiful houseplants, with lacy fronds, classic textures and are low-maintenance as long as you’re careful to provide the right amounts of light and moisture. For the most part, many ferns are happy in direct light, as long as it doesn’t become too hot. You can tell if your fern is… Read more »

  • 16Feb
    Lilly Pilly Beetle

    Lilly Pilly Beetle

    Beware the very hungry lilly pilly beetle. As cute as it looks this native pest will strip your lilly pillies quick smart! Learn more on: Plants Attacked Organic Control Methods for the Lilly Pilly Beetle Read the full article here!

  • 16Feb
    Stunning Salvias

    Stunning Salvias

    If you’re after a plant that will flower for months and is super tough then one of the best places to start looking is with the salvia family. Learn more on: How to Grow Salvias: Annuals, Tropical & Subtropical, and Mediterranean How to Propagate Salvias Pests and Diseases of Salvias Read the full article here!