Garden Clinic Blog
Camellias make fine potted plants but you need to choose wide pots, not too deep, to accommodate their shallow root systems. Choose the varieties suited to pot culture with compact root systems. Bring them centre stage while they flower then tuck them away somewhere cool for the summer.Read More
Many vegetable gardeners believe that the date to start planting cool season crops is on the first day of winter. Big mistake.Read More
Do you know John Williamsons’ song … Cootamundra Wattle?
“Hey it’s July and the winter sun is shining. And the Cootamundra
wattle is my friend”. Worth looking up on YouTube; one of his
best songs. We call him the ‘Living Lawson’.
There are many beautiful forms of wattle, but this one, Acacia
baileyana ‘Goldilocks’ is well worth growing.