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For the week
of: Wednesday 23rd July 2009
Fruit trees are our main concern this
week, most are labeled and potted with the exception of a few apple trees yet
to arrive. All orders have been put aside and we'll give a call when they are
redy to collect. We have a good supply of shelter trees ready now to plant.
Barerooted bundles of poplar, willow and seedlings such as pines. We have
other potted shelter trees. Tree and rose prunning is the main job on at the
moment and spraying if the weather is dry enough. Nows the time to spray with
spraying oil and copper to prevent next season infestations. Vege gardens are
getting a turn over, as green crops get dug under. Seed potatoes are selling
well. There's still a few vege seedlings ready although small probably best
planted in tunnel or glass house at this stage. still abit too cold yet.
DUE TO EXTRA HIGH DEMAND IN FRUIT TREES
THERE WILL BE SOME DISAPOINTED PEOPLE, SO PLEASE ACCEPT OUR
WHAT SHOULD YOU BE
Keeping warm and dry. Lawns look some
what tired after the winter, a good top dress and some moss killer will help
revive it. Get the roses pruned, sprayed, mulched and fertilized. Fertilize
Rhodo's and Camellias as they are making flower buds now!.
Prims and polys all $1.00
With this weeks issue of Diacls Weekly
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PLANT OF THE WEEK
Take a look at the plant attached below and if you
recognise it e-mail us with your answer. If you are the first to guess
correctly you will win!
Last weeks answer: Aloe
winner: Angie Surman
RECIPE OF THE WEEK:
CAKES WITH FRIED EGG AND HOLLANDAISE
450g cooked mashed potato
115g plain flour
tsp baking powder
Tb olive oil
150ml prepared hollandaise sauce
Tb finely snipped chives, to garnish
- Lightly beat 1 egg in a large bowl, add the
potato. Spring onion, salt and pepper, then combine. Sift in flour and
baking powder and mix together – use your hands to combine well so that you
have a sticky dough.
- Place dough on a lightly floured board and
roll out until about 1cm thick. Use a 10cm scone cutter to cut out 4 cakes.
Pat a little flour on each cake and refrigerate for 10 minutes.
- Heat a large frying pan with a lid over
medium heat (without lid), add the potato cakes and fry 2-3 minutes on each
side until golden brown, then remove and set aside.
- Return pan to the heat, place 4 egg rings
in the pan and crack an egg into each. Cover the pan with lid and cook for 2
minutes or until cooked to your liking.