May Newsletter

Date Posted: 2 May 2017 

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Newspaper Pots - Thrifty, Sustainable Seed Sowing

Author: Jennifer Charlotte   Date Posted: 14 December 2018 

Making your own eco-friendly pots using old newspaper is quick, thrifty, and easy. This article details the method.

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Should I Prune My Tomatoes?

Author: Jennifer Charlotte   Date Posted: 30 November 2018 

Is pruning tomato plants really necessary? Pruning certainly has its benefits, but also its fair share of drawbacks. This article sets out what you need to know to make your decision.

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How to Make Zucchini Noodles: Healthy, Tasty, and a Great Way to Deal with a Glut

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 27 November 2018 

Modern diets are often overloaded on starchy carbohydrates. However, cutting down on carbs doesn't need to mean missing out on your favourite pasta & noodle dishes. This article explains how to turn your zucchinis into a healthy, tasty noodle replacement.

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Why You Should Grow Basil - True Royalty Among Herbs

Author: Jennifer Charlotte   Date Posted: 21 November 2018 

The quality of fresh, home-grown basil is a class above anything you can buy in a store, and it's not hard to grow it yourself. This article describes why basil is such a special herb, and gives advice on how to both grow it and use it in the kitchen.

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How to Make Herbal Ice Cubes to Preserve Your Fresh Herb Harvest

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 14 November 2018 

Many techniques can be used to preserve your herb harvest for year-round use, but the ice cube method is perhaps the quickest & easiest. This article explains what makes it such a useful technique, which herbs it suits best, & how to do it successfully.

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