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  • What to plant - June

    31st May 2024

    What to plant - June

    The winter garden can be filled with life and colour. Flowering annuals such as pansies, violas, dianthus, sweet peas, primula and polyanthus all love the cooler weather. Plant garden beds, hanging ba…

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  • Winter Flower Colour

    28th May 2024

    Winter Flower Colour

    Choosing the Best Flower Colours for the Cold MonthsWinter doesn't mean your garden has to be a stark landscape. In fact, it's a great opportunity to brighten up your outdoor spaces with a splash of v…

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  • ​ Understanding Leaf Curl in Fruit Trees

    27th May 2024

    ​ Understanding Leaf Curl in Fruit Trees

    Leaf curl is a common fungal disease that affects various fruit trees, particularly peach and nectarine trees. This disease, caused by the fungus Taphrina deformans, can significantly impact the healt…

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  • Growing Potatoes in Tasmania

    16th May 2024

    Growing Potatoes in Tasmania

    Growing potatoes at home in Tasmania presents a unique opportunity for gardeners to enjoy fresh, home-grown produce. However, challenges like potato scab and the risk of acquiring poor-quality seed po…

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  • ​Cultivating African Violets

    13th May 2024

    ​Cultivating African Violets

    Cultivating African Violets:African violets, scientifically known as Saintpaulia, enchant indoor gardening enthusiasts with their exquisite, colorful blooms and compact size. In this comprehensive gui…

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  • Pruning Raspberries in Tasmania

    29th Apr 2024

    Pruning Raspberries in Tasmania

    Whether you are a seasoned gardener or just beginning your horticultural journey, understanding the unique needs of raspberry plants is key to enjoying a bountiful harvest of these delectable fruits.…

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  • What to plant in May

    29th Apr 2024

    What to plant in May

    The days are now noticeably shorter, and the changes of the season are all around us. Deciduous ornamental trees are beginning to shed their displays of autumn foliage and the landscapes around us are…

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  • May Flowers in the Garden

    29th Apr 2024

    May Flowers in the Garden

    As autumn's cool winds give way to May, Tasmania's gardens burst into vibrant colours. This time of year brings a spectacular display of flowers, marking the beginning of a season that reignites our l…

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  • April - What to plant

    25th Mar 2024

    April - What to plant

    Autumn is a fantastic time in Tasmania as gardens become a delightful display of colour and vegetable gardens are ready to be revitalised in time for some cool weather magic. Now is the time to s…

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  • Autumn Plants for Winter Colour

    25th Mar 2024

    Autumn Plants for Winter Colour

    In the cooler Tasmanian autumn, your garden can still burst with colour and fragrance by incorporating a mix of hardy annuals. Pansies and violas, with their cool-weather resilience and vibrant colour…

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  • Tackling Azalea Pests

    25th Mar 2024

    Tackling Azalea Pests

    Azalea PestsAs gardeners, we cherish the vibrant hues and lush foliage of azaleas, a cornerstone of ornamental horticulture. Yet, with the seasonal shift from summer's warmth to autumn's crispness and…

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  • Growing Garlic in Tasmania

    13th Mar 2024

    Growing Garlic in Tasmania

    Garlic, a cornerstone of cuisines worldwide, not only enriches our plates but also our gardens. Cultivating garlic from bulbs is a rewarding endeavor that invites a touch of the gourmet into the humbl…

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