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361 Polo Road Goondiwindi, QLD, Australia 4390
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The shortest day has now passed. As each day gets a little longer, the promise of spring approaches. Deciduous plants are bare and are storing energy for the abundance of the season ahead. July is an important month of pruning in the garden. Pruning will not only shape your plants but see plants come back...
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Tomatoes are a favourite to grow and every region seems to have a local show day, race day or community event that is the green light to plant out your tomato plants. Tomatoes love the warmth and grow best in southern areas of Australia from mid spring into the summer. In warmer areas, they can...
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July is a great month for planting new roses but is also the time to give your existing roses some attention for a fabulous display of colour and fragrance over the flowering season. July is the best time to prune your roses. In really cold frosty regions, you may need to wait until early August....
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Winter has arrived and gardens are transformed with the change of season. Deciduous Trees June is the month when deciduous plants shed their leaves and move into a dormant period in preparation for an explosion of growth and colour as the spring arrives. During this dormant time, garden centres in cooler regions receive a vast...
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Without doubt, citrus trees are the most popular fruit grown in home gardens. In gardens everywhere, citrus trees are delighting gardeners with fresh, tasty and vitamin-packed fruity goodness. With today’s smaller gardens, citrus trees are great in pots and there are dwarf and multi-grafted varieties available to suit most situations. At a Glance Warm sunny...
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Once growing fruit trees at home was very common. Nowadays with gardens being smaller, the availability of wonderful new generation fruit trees has seen a resurgence in growing healthy home-grown goodness in the places and spaces we call home. There are dwarf forms/varieties of most fruits which don’t take a lot of space. These can...
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Callistemons or Bottlebrushes are one of the hardiest Australian native plants. The bright bottlebrush shaped flowers a very impressive part of the spring landscape and are a delight for native birds and bees. The original Callistemons available to gardeners were all bold red but flower colours now range from red to pink, mauve, cream and...
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Hellebores are known as ‘Winter Roses’ although they are not related or even similar in growth habits to roses. Hellebores love the cooler weather and thrive in shaded locations. They are perfect to plant under trees or in areas of dappled shade in the garden. These wonderful plants have been bred and developed over recent...
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In our busy worlds that are filled with concrete, asphalt and screens, plants help us to reconnect with nature as we enjoy the delights of new growth, colour and everchanging freshness. There is plenty to be achieved in the garden during May as we prepare for the coming winter days. More Time Indoors May is...
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The Finger Lime (Citrus australasica) is an Australian native citrus that produces fruit with caviar-like pulp in bright colours. Flowers are produced in summer and autumn followed by the elongated fruit shaped like stumpy fingers. Fruits can be green, yellow, pink or bright red and are full of tiny beads filled with tangy citrus juice....
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