Monthly Archives: May 2015

Bird attracting plants

We love requests!… and we’ve had one for some information on bird attracting plants. Everyone’s gardens are different, so this is brief guide for further research. Firstly, what do you want the birds to do and what kinds of birds … Continue reading

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Cyclamen care

Are you thinking about getting Mum some Cyclamens for Mothers day? Cyclamens are long flowering, usually through winter and into spring and make for a lovely display of indoor colour during the cooler months. During summer cyclamens are dormant, so … Continue reading

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How to use honey to root your plant cuttings

With May being National Honey Month, this is one of the many great uses for honey. And if you get a bit peckish during potting….  😉         http://organichealth.co/how-to-use-honey-to-root-your-plant-cuttings/

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Free gardening workshops

If you’re in the area, here are some free gardening workshops coming up, presented by Noel Burdette. Noel is an excellent speaker and always helpful and informative with all sorts of tips and tricks. Great for new gardeners or experienced … Continue reading

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Club Meeting, 2 May 2015

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Wow! What a fantastic turn out for our last club meeting and a big welcome to our newest members and guests. We hope everyone enjoyed the great feature presentation by Ian Wintle on ‘Bizarre and Beautiful Botanicals’. Congratulations to our … Continue reading

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