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29 May 2015
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Q. I have recently created a raised garden. Before I put the soil down, I lay down old carpet, hopefully as a weed inhibitor. What do I need to add to the soil to make sure the soil will be of good growing condition for the spring? Thanks,... More
28 May 2015
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I’ve learnt over the years from designing and advising my clients that you really do need to start by defining how you are going to use the space and how much time you can actually dedicate to maintaining your garden. As most garden designers... More
14 May 2015
1 recommendation
Q. I have lime, orange and lemon trees in large individual pots. I have mulch on the soil, add citrus fertiliser a couple of times a year and keep them watered. I notice with the lemon tree especially that some of the green leaves have turned... More
13 May 2015
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Our top picks for your garden and home this season! Tui Caterpillar Eliminator for Fruit & Veges Tui Caterpillar Eliminator Fruit & Veges is a fast acting insect eliminator that combats caterpillars and other insects ruining your fruit... More
13 May 2015
4 recommendations
This year we are excited to be supporting Garden To Table as our school programme. Garden to Table is a trust, which runs a gardening and cooking programme in schools across New Zealand. As participants in the Garden to Table programme, seven... More
7 May 2015
8 recommendations
Living here amongst the mountains in Wanaka, the risk of frost is a very real one at both ends of the growing season. While May is considered the last month of autumn, here it’s almost always the month that winter arrives, often with an icy... More
28 Apr 2015
2 recommendations
The 20th Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show certainly showcased the best in landscape design, floral art and garden trends. Held at the end of March, in the magnificent Carlton Gardens, over 100,000 were said to have attended the... More
28 Apr 2015
1 recommendation
Q. The rule of thumb advice on depth of bulbs is to plant twice the width of the bulb. Is this the top of the bulb or the bottom of the bulb for the depth. So if the bulb is 2cm wide, should the top of the bulb be 4cm from the top of the soil... More
22 Apr 2015
6 recommendations
Recycle your kitchen scraps straight into your garden! The Tumbleweed Worm Feast is an easy to use in-ground composting system where composting and earthworms process food scraps and naturally fertilise your garden. Dig the Worm Feast directly... More
10 Apr 2015
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This autumn Debco Bulb Potting Mix has joined the Tui family, becoming Tui Bulb Mix. Rest assured it remains the same high quality planting mix with the optimum blend of nutrients to provide your bulbs with the best possible start and sustained... More

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