hard to kill Indoor plants

10 Indoor Plants that Are Hard to Kill

Successfully growing indoor plants Adding plants inside your home or apartment is a great way to bring the outdoors inside. Not only can this do wonders for your mood, but it can also help to purify your air and beautify your space. However, many of us have busy schedules that can make it challenging to […]

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Tips on How to Grow Roses in Australia

Roses are one of the most loved flowers of all time, they are a symbol of romance & friendship and are one of the oldest cultivated flowers. Growing roses in the varied Australian climate can be daunting but the reward you reap when harvesting this flower can far outweigh the challenges you might face. Types […]

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8 Tips on How to Grow Great Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a staple part of many diets across the world, which as earned them the title of the most popular vegetable (or fruit if we are being biologically technical) here in Australia.  Tomatoes can come in a variety of different colours and shapes, from large juicy beef tomatoes to small sweet cherry tomatoes.  They […]

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Which Type of Organic Fertiliser is Best for my Garden?

There’s an abundance of options to choose from when deciding to use organic fertiliser on your garden. It’s easy to become confused or overwhelmed by them but fear not, we are here to help you understand the different types of organic fertiliser available and highlight the benefits of using natural products. Why Does my Garden […]

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How to Fertilise and Care for Your Garden’s Native Plants

Using native plants in your garden is a great way to conserve flora as well as preserve water resources. Just a little care and some native plant fertiliser will ensure your Aussie garden remains healthy year-round. Native plants make favourable gardens because they’re easy to nurture and propagate. But choosing to grow them doesn’t just […]

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Which Works Best for my Garden – Liquid Fertiliser or Dry Pellets?

To keep your garden looking healthy it’s important to add fertiliser to the soil every three to four weeks. Plants need to be fed vital nutrients to thrive well, produce fruit and propel growth. It’s also necessary to condition the soil of your garden and enhance the resistance of the plants, strengthening their roots and […]

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