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Native bottlebrushes are loved by wildlife as much as by gardeners.
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Firewise Plants

14, January, 2020

Bushfires are terrifying and unpredictable - and all organic material has the potential to burn in a bushfire. But you can plan your garden to be more fire safe through the plants you choose.

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Plants Safe for Dogs

10, January, 2020

Some of the more common garden plants that are toxic for dogs, and safe alternatives to plant in your garden. Remember that just as you can't feed your dog chocolate, there are plants that are perfectly safe and tasty for us that could make your pup sick. Check with your vet if you are unsure.

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Plants Safe for Cats

10, January, 2020

Some of the more common garden plants that are toxic for cats, and safe alternatives to plant in your garden. Remember that there are plants that are perfectly safe and tasty for us that could make your kitty sick. Check with your vet if you are unsure.

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Which Lavender is Best For You?

31, October, 2019

There's a reason why lavender is so loved by gardeners! It enjoys our hot climate (unless you're in the Top End), smells gorgeous, blooms in tough situations, and lures in those beneficial pollinators. Find the best lavender for your garden here.

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Which Plants Are Best For Scent?

18, October, 2019

Sweet smelling plants always add extra enjoyment to any kind of garden. Even if you only have space for one tiny pot, on a balcony or window-box, make it a scented plant. The fragrance will travel on the breeze through warm air. Plant them where you can enjoy the natural perfume while sipping your morning cuppa or evening drink.

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How to Tip-Prune

01, June, 2019

For many of our hedging plants, especially dense-growing plants that are used for screening or hedging, we recommend tip pruning while young to encourage dense growth and keep your plants looking their best. Tip pruning is a method of helping a plant grow healthier. It helps plants grow bushier and fuller and improves the shape. Here's how to do it

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How to Prune

01, June, 2019

Why do we need to prune our plants? Why can't we just leave them to grow wild, as they do in nature? Well, plants are often pruned in nature, by strong winds, reducing their energy; animals nibbling at young shoots; insects taking away dead wood. This all helps change their appearance. We want our garden plants to work hard and look their very best all year - and pruning helps achieve that. Here's how to do it

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How to Fertilise your Plants

01, June, 2019

Why do we need to fertilise our plants? Well, you don't have to. It's your garden after all. But your plants will grow so much better if you do. Fertilisers will help your plants develop more flowers, fruit, leaves and roots; they'll get bigger and stronger, and be more resistant to pests and disease. So you can see why giving Mother Nature a helping hand can be a very good thing. Find out about fertilisers and how to use them here

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How to Plant Peonies and Dahlias

01, June, 2019

How to plant up your peony, dahlia, iris, and other plants that have tubers or rhizomes. Step by step instructions, easy to follow, with photos

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How to Garden in Clay Soil

01, June, 2019

We're often asked how to manage clay soil, and which plants work best in it, so we've put together a handy guide to improving your soil and a list of plants best suited to clay. Plants struggle to thrive in clay soil, although if they do thrive, they find it's often high in nutrients. Here's our tips for how to make the most of clay soil.

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