Poinsettias and other Christmas Plants
Alongside the traditions of overeating, drinking and falling asleep in the afternoon sun, Christmas is also a time with strong plant associations.
Christmas time can make everyone a little stressed. The shops are crowded, you can’t find a parking spot and it seems you’re always running late for something. If you’re seeing red, maybe you should pull off the road into Eden Gardens and take a deep breath. Not only do we have heaps of undercover parking, we also have a café so you can grab a cool drink and wander around while you distress.
Christmas ‘to do’ list
Staying organised at Christmas can be tricky. Everyone tries to get things in advance, but things can easily snowball (even in our summers!) and get on top of us. To make the garden look tip top quickly, check out our summer garden hacks on the website.
Caring for your potted Christmas Tree
If you’ve decided to buy a real living Xmas tree, you’ll want to be able to get the most out of it.
Top tree tips
When you get the plant home, stand it in a suitable saucer or dish, and give it a good drink
Stand the tree where it will receive generous amounts of light, but not directly in front of a window
Kris Kringle Gift Ideas
Have you started Kris Kringle at work yet? We have a range of gifts that make the perfect pressie in every price range. Here are a few ideas for your colleague, classmates or family.
Grafted Cactus: Read into what you will… they can pass as Rudolf’s Nose, red baubles or a perhaps the perfect gift for the office PR#*K?
The last month of spring is like a slippery slide to summer and Christmas chaos. Preparation is key to summer survival, so if you haven’t mulched, tidied and emptied your gutters yet, get to it! It’s also a bright and breezy month with herbs flourishing and summer fruits and berries just starting on the scene.
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