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20 Nov 2014
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Q. Hi, I planted my passionfruit last year and it grew well. I got about eight passionfruit and they were a good size. I thought I would get more this coming year, however my vine leaves are yellow and the new growth sparse. I have fed with... More
19 Nov 2014
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Spring is a busy time in the garden, the days are getting longer, the soil is warming up and it's a perfect time to plant a variety of salad greens, fragrant herbs, and to fill your piece of paradise with colourful floral displays. Our top... More
18 Nov 2014
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Nothing beats the satisfaction of using fresh harvests from your garden in your cooking. Grow a variety of ingredients perfect for Mexican style dishes in your own backyard to create a Mexican feast from your garden to table! Here are some top... More
11 Nov 2014
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Q. Hi, I was wondering what the best treatment for white scales on rose stalks is please? Thanks Anna. A. To control scale on your rose stalks use Tui Insect Control for Flowers, a natural Canola Oil based product. Spray when insects first... More
5 Nov 2014
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This spring Tui and Annabel Langbein embarked on a road trip around New Zealand, with special guest Tony Murrell. Together we visited 10 of our retail stores around the country for an evening of gardening, cooking and great times! This week... More
5 Nov 2014
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Q. Hi, my lemon tree is looking lovely and lush with green leaves and new growth after giving it a dose of citrus food. It's two years old and had two blossoms when I bought it. Once planted, the fruit dropped off when they were only about 1cm... More
5 Nov 2014
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With summer on it's way fresh citrus will soon be waiting to be plucked from the branch! We have answers to your most common citrus questions to help you grow a successful crop this season. Share your top tips below in the comments section... More
30 Oct 2014
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Q. Hi, my lemon tree has heaps of lemons which don't have any juice. Do you know why this is? Thanks, Pauline. A. Dry lemons are normally caused through lack of water over the summer period as the fruit is forming. You can't get the moisture... More
24 Oct 2014
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Q. Hi, have you got any advice on what I can grow near tomatoes? I am putting my full concentration around growing these as I have never grown them before. Thanks, Walter. A. Carrots, lettuce, chives, onions, leeks, radishes, rosemary, sage,... More
22 Oct 2014
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My father Fred was famous for his tomatoes. His vines produced prolifically, and the fruit was always amazingly sweet and flavoursome. For Fred, growing good tomatoes was all about seaweed. Once or twice a year, we kids would be enlisted to... More

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