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June gardening guide is here!

There’s no need to hibernate during winter! Grow and harvest delicious vegies, choose a beautiful new rose for your garden, fill your home with calming indoor plants and prevent the dreaded bindii prickles in your lawn.

 

Winter Vegie Care

Delicious winter vegies like broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broad beans, spinach and peas are thriving in the cool weather. Here are our top tips to keep your winter vegies healthy and productive.

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Winter Essentials

Winter can be a hard time for plants, especially in cold areas. There are many things you can do to help your garden cope with the cooler months, so here’s a timely checklist for preparing your garden for winter.

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Moth Orchid 

Moth orchids (Phalaenopsis spp) make a lovely indoor plant in a spot with bright, indirect light and despite looking fragile and a bit intimidating can be an easy and rewarding plant to grow.

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Cultivate Inner Peace

Dulux® has some exciting colour trends for 2020, including ‘Cultivate’, a nature-inspired palette. Learn how to combine lush indoor plants and soothing paint colours to transform your interior space into a calm haven. 

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Tempting Roses

Clever rose breeders work tirelessly to introduce gorgeous new varieties to delight and captivate gardeners. This winter look for some stunning new roses available in garden centres and online.

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Controlling Bindii and Clover

Broadleaf lawn weeds can grow at a rapid pace during winter and bindii plants will be maturing and starting to flower and set seed. You can control the most common broadleaf weeds in lawns, before they take over! 

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