Mulch is a layer of material placed over the top of your soil. It’s usually organic matter and can range from pine bark to leaf mould, straw and sugar can, but can also be inorganic and include materials like pebbles. So why does your garden need a blanket in summer?
Mulch acts in a variety of ways. It stops water from evaporating from the soil as easily, it supresses weeds,
Asian herbs and spices from your garden like chillies, ginger, lemongrass and Vietnamese hotmint.
Chinese New Year with some Lucky plants, traditional gifts and jade.
Investing in Plants Now to Enjoy All Year
Everyone loves bringing home some flowering plants to add colour to their garden or interior but investing in more than just flowers can prove a wise decision post their display.
January Gardening Tips
It’s hot and often humid in January, which is great growing weather, so you’ll need to be vigilant keeping weeds in check and vines under control.
January Gardening Intro - Live More Summer Holiday
It’s a great time to DREAM BIG – and you won’t even work up a sweat with that! Imagine a new area that you want to transform or perhaps create your own tropical paradise. Transform your courtyard with some new garden furniture…
New Year's Garden Projects
January is the perfect planning time for the gardener. You can lie back in a hammock and start imagining all the ways to improve your place, start doodling and drawing, sketching some brilliant additions like a pond in a pot, an outdoor eating area, vegie pod or worm farm. If you’re not yet in your hammock, maybe it’s hanging one of those! I
Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is being celebrated this year on the 1st February – and farewell to Year of the Ox…what a cow that turned out to be! We welcome the Year of the Tiger; characterised by its braveness and spontaneity, leadership and social justice.
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