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10 Ways to Control Weeds Organically

Friday, 13 November 2015 12:18:00 pm Australia/Brisbane

Controlling weeds, naturally.....

Spring is well and truly here! We are seeing our plants thrive, unfortunately the weeds are also making the most of the ideal growing conditions. So here goes, the battle of the weeds.Many of us have children and pets to be mindful of and are considerate of our environment and wildlife too! Chemicals are not an option then. We share some tips on controlling weeds naturally.

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Comments | Posted By Katrina Geerlings

2015 Queensland Garden Expo

Friday, 3 July 2015 3:36:00 pm Australia/Brisbane


July 10, 11 &12.

A visit to this years Queensland Garden Expo is the perfect opportunity to find inspiration and keep up to date with the latest plant varieties and gardening products!

We are looking forward to catching up with our valued customers and introducing new customers to our convenient, mobile friendly website; the most convenient way to purchase healthy tubestock plants for your garden.

Visit our team at site 54, we'd love to see you there! Bring a friend along too, all new subscribers to our newsletter receive a free gift!

See you at the Queensland Garden Expo!


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Frogs in the garden

Friday, 8 May 2015 3:36:02 pm Australia/Brisbane


I love frogs!

I’m intrigued by the variety of frogs I come across at home and at work, in the garden, the forests… and then there are the ones you only hear and rarely see - particularly after some good rain (of which we have recently had plenty here in Queensland)

These little green tree frogs would have to be one of my favorites. I recently found 100's of these little guys sheltering in my umbrella fern shade house in the Mary Valley. It seemed every plant had a frog (or three) quite happily hiding among the fern fronds.

For any tips on keeping frogs happy in the garden or general questions about garden care and planting, click the comments link below.
I am more than happy to help!


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