Monthly Archives: September 2015
After a good looking lawn that suppresses weeds? I for one have a compacted ‘postie path’ that needs a little TLC. Try these great tips from Jerry Coleby-Williams. Remember not to mow your lawn too short – longer grass also … Continue reading
When watering your pots keep an eye out for water running straight through. At this time of the year many potting mixes become non-wetting. Treat with a wetting agent or you could try putting the pot into a bucket when … Continue reading
What a nifty idea!
Thinking about keeping chickens? Get some great advice from those in the know. If you already have chooks, leave your own advice in the comments 🙂 http://permaculturenews.org/2015/09/20/47-backyard-chicken-owners-speak-out/
GGCI Newsletter AugSept2015
(Care of Noel Burdette Growing Gardeners) Well its that time of year again when we have to be strong and prune back our Hibiscus. Its often difficult to know when to do this as it seems that they flower virtually … Continue reading
Meeting reminder! For our September function (tomorrow 1:30pm, cnr Glebe Rd & Green St, Booval), we welcome guest speaker Ben Smith of ‘Palms for Brisbane’. The nursery sells rare and exotic tropical and rainforest plants and trees for collectors and … Continue reading