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For the week of:
Wednesday 21st January 2009
Plenty of rain and a few days with heat
has made things grow. Tomatoes are still slow to ripen, but the cucumbers and
corgettes are over producing, It's important to keep picking, don't let them
get too big, as it lessens the production, the more you pick the more they
reproduce. Vege gardens are getting a replant, as the potato crop is dug, it
leaves room for another batch of cabbage, cauli, broccoli for autumn maturing.
We still have leeks, brussel sprouts, silverbeet and lettuce will still grow
well now. Flower gardens have faded abit with last weeks heat. There's still a
few petunias and marigolds probably the best to give you autumn colour. We
have some good specials on trees at lorneville, mixed pallets at $50.00 and
flowering agapanthus at $4.00 each. Look out next week for our wholesale sale,
we have surplus stock in our nursery to clear, so look out for some good
WHAT SHOULD YOU BE
The usual mowing lawns and weeding. It's
a good time to control lawn weeds now while they are doing extra well. Some
shrubs need a light prune and even climbers that are extra large, need cut
back. Irrigation systems are all go, ask our advise if you need help
installing or repairing an existing system. We also stock a large range of
Is your lawn looking a little tired?
Now is a good time to apply gro south
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Controls caterpillars, leaf spot and other
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3 lovely little kittens to give away. 1 pure
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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: Pineapple
winner: Susan Strettan
RECIPE OF THE WEEK: