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  • What to plant - March

    28th Feb 2024

    What to plant - March

    Welcome to March and the beginning of Autumn! As we hope to soak up some Autumn rain, the warmth of the baking summer sun is retained in the soil, thanks to the natural mulch of the falling Autumn l…

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  • ​Flower Planting Guide for Tasmania

    28th Feb 2024

    ​Flower Planting Guide for Tasmania

    Flower Planting Guide for TasmaniaAs the warm embrace of summer in Tasmania gradually gives way to the cooler, gentler days of autumn, our gardens beckon for a transformation. March marks a pivotal ti…

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  • Sowing Green Manure

    27th Feb 2024

    Sowing Green Manure

    Avoid leaving your garden beds bare - sow a green manure crop to improve soil structure and naturally improve the overall health of your garden. Ideal as part of your crop rotation plan, green manure…

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  • Cabbage white butterfly

    26th Feb 2024

    Cabbage white butterfly

    Controlling Cabbage White Butterfly:In gardening circles, the white cabbage butterfly presents a major challenge, silently invading and targeting brassicas like kale and cabbage. Their eggs hatch into…

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  • What to plant - February

    1st Feb 2024

    What to plant - February

    Summer is a vibrant time in the kitchen garden with an abundant harvest of all the warm season fruits, vegetables and herbs. We are enjoying incredibly fresh, healthy, flavour filled goodness of…

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  • Summer Sun Lovers

    31st Jan 2024

    Summer Sun Lovers

    At Harmony, we've gone back to our roots, reviving our best-kept secret to bring you a curated collection of Harmony exclusive plants. In response to the escalating cost of living, we will be passing…

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  • Common Tomato Problems

    31st Jan 2024

    Common Tomato Problems

    Welcome to the wonderful world of growing tomatoes in Tasmania, where the air is crisp, and the excitement for homegrown tomatoes is always in the air! While cultivating these flavorful delights can b…

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  • What to plant - January

    31st Dec 2023

    What to plant - January

    Welcome to the new year, fellow garden enthusiasts! As we step into a fresh chapter, it's that awesome time of the year when we get to kick back, take a deep breath, and revel in the beautiful results…

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  • Passionvine hopper

    31st Dec 2023

    Passionvine hopper

    The passionfruit vine hopper, scientifically known as Scolypopa australis, is a tiny yet troublesome insect that can pose a challenge for gardeners over the warmer months. These small, sap-sucking…

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  • Summer Colour

    31st Dec 2023

    Summer Colour

    Summer Colour:As Tasmania's summer unfolds, gardens burst into a vibrant symphony of colors, fragrance, and delightful surprises. This season, Tasmanian gardeners are not just reveling in the visual s…

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  • Venus Flytraps

    31st Dec 2023

    Venus Flytraps

    Growing Venus Flytraps: A Comprehensive Guide for Success Venus flytraps (Dionaea muscipula) are captivating carnivorous plants that enthrall enthusiasts with their unique ability to catch prey. Orig…

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  • ​Cultivating African Violets

    21st Dec 2023

    ​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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