News 2019-09-30T21:42:41+00:00

Flowering in February

Purchase Spring flowering bulbs such as Daffodil, Freesia, Jonquil, Snowflake etc now. Wait for the cooler months of April or May to plant. In the meantime, prepare your bulb area by weeding, cultivating and adding compost. Alternatively, plant in pots.

Happy New Year!

January is normally too hot to undertake any major gardening tasks. Keep to the essential tasks such as watering, weeding and mowing. Work early morning/evening and set yourself small manageable tasks. Please remember to protect yourself by wearing 30+ sunscreen,

Happy Holidays!

Wishing you a season of peace and joy this Christmas and throughout the coming year. With summer upon us, it’s worth reiterating the importance of protecting yourself against UV radiation. The Cancer Council recommends that you use all of the

Flowering for November

Summer is just around the corner and should your garden be short of mulch, now is a good time to apply. Mulch is essential in our dry climate; view it as 30+ sunscreen.

Flowering for October

Now is a good time to top dress your lawn. Use lawn top soil or river sand to fill up hollows first and then top dress the whole lawn lightly.

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