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Date Posted: 2 May 2017 

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Creating a Sensory Garden for Relaxation or Therapy

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 24 February 2020 

Sensory gardens are designed to stimulate all the senses, rather than focusing mainly on appearances. How can you combine engaging elements of sight, sound, touch, smell, and taste into one garden? This article gives some practical ideas.

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Soil Nutrient Deficiencies: A Quick Reference Guide

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 15 February 2020 

Plants rely on a wide range of nutrients for health. How can you tell if your soil isn't providing everything they need? Here's how to spot the most common nutrient deficiencies in home gardens.

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What is Blossom End Rot, and How Can You Cure It?

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 31 January 2020 

If your tomatoes & other fruits seem to be spoiling from the base upward as they grow, the chances are they're suffering from a condition known as blossom end rot. Thankfully, despite its appearance, it's a problem that's relatively easy to cure.

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A Complete Guide to Using Fertiliser in the Home Garden

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 15 January 2020 

Effective use of fertiliser is an essential technique for getting the most out of your garden and its plants. However, there's much more to it than opening a bottle of plant feed and spreading the contents liberally over the soil.

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Scale Insects: A Garden Pest with Many Disguises

Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd   Date Posted: 22 December 2019 

Scale are common garden pests which can badly stunt a plant's growth, ruin its appearance, or even kill it off altogether. This article explains how to recognise scale, what kinds of damage they do, and how to keep their numbers under control.

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