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For the week of:
Wednesday 25th June 2009
We've had a busy couple
of weeks in the nursery potting, labeling and sorting our new seasons roses.
It's still not too late to order, but most growers have limited stock now. The
flowering cherries and maples have new supplies been potted and moved into our
big tree area. Trees are easily transported at this time of year with no
leaves to get damaged. We also sell trees bare root and they can easily be
bundled and wrapped for freighting at less cost. Seedling pines and flax fans
are also available bare root. Shelter trees such as Cupressus Leylandii and
hedging are growing in 1 Litre pots and can be sold and planted any time of
the year. Best sales this week are our half price spring bulbs. The first of
the seed potatoes are trickling out to thoses early gardeners.
WHAT SHOULD YOU BE
Empty compost bins and spread it on your
garden, give it time over winter to break down. Time to break up and take
runners off your strawberrys, plant out in freash soil. Prune berry fruit and
Half price spring flowering
"BYE BYE BYE"!
New mouse traps.
Quick and easy to reset.
Get 3 for only $6.99
SUPER SAVE PET
Frozen blood worms,
$5.99 per pak.
Or 4 for $19.98.
Pet voyager 400
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: Polyanthus
winner: Alan Sanderson
RECIPE OF THE WEEK: