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  • growing wasabi in tasmania

    The prized part of the wasabi plant is its thick knobbly stem, which is often but incorrectly called a rhizome or root, which can grow up to 10cm long and 1–3cm in diameter. The stem is usually sold with some of its leaf stalks attached to help indicate freshness. It...
  • Venus flytrap

    Did you know... Unlike most plants, Venus flytraps are carnivorous, which means they actually eat meat. The fascinating thing about this plant is how it eats its prey. Flytraps lure insects by the fragrant nectar they secrete. When bugs land in the jaws of the flytrap, it doesn't shut straight...
  • Pearleaf Blister Mite

    Pearleaf Blister Mite (Eriophyes pyri) Blister mite are a microscopic pest that attack pears trees and occasionally apple trees. The damage is done when the mites suck the sap from the underside of the new leaves causing the formation of blisters. If the mite infestation is severe enough, the fruit...
  • Monstera adansonii

    Unfortunately our Monstera adansonii, have taken a little longer than first expected and we have suffered a few casualties along the way however happy to announce that they will honor the original price of $59 each. Importing our first batch and many months on we are finally seeing some growth...
  • The power of beneficial insects to control pests in your garden

    Live bugs at work-click here The Backyard Buddies range uses the power of beneficial insects to control pests in your garden. The Backyard Buddies from Eco-Organic Garden gives you a chemical free way to control pests in the garden. Gracey the green lacewing feeds on aphids, mites, whitefly, thrips, small...
  • Did you know - Codling moth

      Codling moth Codling moth is a common problem in apple trees (including crab apple), pears and quinces leaving drill holes in you beautiful fruit, The adult moth lays its eggs at dusk near or on the emerging fruit. The larvae start by chewing the way though the apple and...
  • Improving your lawn in Hobart

    Improving Lawn Soil The soils underneath our lawns are more responsible for delivering good lawn health than anything else. Lawn soils provide nutrients (food), water and oxygen to the grass, and if any of these things aren't right, we simply cannot grow a strong healthy lawn. So if we have...
  • Fantastic news- House Plants are back

    Tasmania have seen a resurgence of house plants becoming fashionable with home owners and within interior decoration. It makes perfect sense, that with our gardens becoming self sustainable and the effect of global green house gasses that we immediately protect our environment and what better place to start that with...
  • What To Do In The Garden This October

    October is a month of great activity in the garden. The earth has warmed and we experience the excitement of change in the garden from one day to the next. Lots of planting and lots of growing as the wonder of spring unfolds before us. Plant seedlings of summer flowering...
  • What To Do in the Garden this July

    The shortest day has now passed. As each day gets a little longer, the promise of spring approaches. Deciduous plants are bare and are storing energy for the abundance of the season ahead. July is an important month of pruning in the garden. Pruning will not only shape your plants...

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