Winter Gardening

Think winter is not the right time for planting? Think again! We share with you some knowledgeable information to help you get started.

Time to prune your existing fruit trees and tidy up your existing veggie gardens, enrich soil with compost. Edible gardens; we recommend dill, garlic, mint, oregano, parsley, sage and thyme. For fruits and veggies, broccoli, cabbage, capsicum, carrot, cucumber, peas, pumpkin, spinach and tomatoes.   

With their gorgeous blooms and heady scents, if you have roses growing than pruning is a must in winter, apply seaweed- based product to condition the soil.      

Get stuck into weed control – as the weather cools it’s much more pleasant to be outside so no excuses! Rather important you remove weeds before they mature and set seed.

Continue to water lawns and gardens to get them through dry winters, applying a fertilizer such as PowerFeed helps.

Get stuck into weed control – as the weather cools it’s much more pleasant to be outside so no excuses! Rather important you remove weeds before they mature and set seed. Continue to water lawns and gardens to get them through dry winters, applying a fertilizer such as PowerFeed helps.