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  • Growing Broad-beans in Tasmania

    Broad beans are one of the easiest vegetables to grow in your veggie patch and thrive in our cool Tasmanian climate. Unlike many other food-crops broad beans actually grow best from being directly sown from seed rather than purchasing readily grown seedling plants and now's the perfect time to sow...
  • Dog Policy

    We Love Dogs!! Dogs must be kept on a short, non-extendable leash at all times, please keep your furry friend away from produce, plants, food and other people. Its is the owners responsibility to clean up after your dog. Aggressive, untrained dogs should not be brought to the market If...
  • Vanilla Bean-Growing in Tasmania

    Did you know that a Vanilla bean pod is actually a tropical orchid and naturally grown vanilla is said to be the 2nd most expensive spice on the globe, second only to saffron. If you're keen to try and grow Vanilla planifolia in Tasmania you will need a warm, bright but...
  • Tacca chantrieri 'Bat Flower'

    This is probably not a plant  for a beginner (or the faint hearted) to grown in our Tasmanian climate however if you're up for a challenge then the Bat flower is one of the most amazing flowers I've ever seen! The bat flower (Tacca chantieri) is an exotic rare plant...
  • Terrarium Growing

    We love creating unusual mini gardens inside glass containers,they invite you in for a closer look and can provide an indoor garden for even the smallest house or room . Terrariums are easy to care for and don't require any special skills for success as long as you follow some...
  • Growing Caladium in Tasmania

    The paper-thin, heart-shaped leaves of this tropical native are spectacularly decorated, enough to rival even the showiest flowering plant. Masses of magnificent leaves grow above tall, slender stems. Leaf patterns and colors can vary widely, from our best seller Caladium  Key Lime which has white leaves with green veins, to the blush...
  • Caring for your Desert Rose

    Commonly known as Desert Rose, Adenium obesum is a very hardy drought tolerant plant from Africa and the Middle East. The Desert Rose is actually more related to Frangipani than they are to roses. This spectacular plant is in fact a type of succulent, storing water in it's thick bottle...
  • 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...

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