Garden Clinic Blog
Celebrate Australia Day in your garden this year with the stunning Buckinghamia. Trialled in sandy and heavy clay soils and everything in between, the iconic Buckinghamia, native Ivory Curl tree, flowers every Australia Day. You’ll love the huge, cream-coloured, grevillea-like flowers as much as the birds and the bees.Read More
Late September we planted our first tee pee with cucumbers, beans and a yellow cherry tomato called Honey Drop, in the centre.Read More
It’s time to plant this tasty summer vegetable. Quick and easy to grow, zucchini take 6 weeks from seed sowing to harvestRead More
Hydrangea quercifolia is one of our all-time favourites! We love this beautiful hydrangea with lush curvy leaves, a similar shape to the oak (quercus), hence the name ‘oakleaf’ (quercifolia), and long graceful conical flower heads.