Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw Date Posted: 5 May 2020
You may think of flower pollination as quite a simple process, however the details are far more complex and there are a large and diverse range of pollinators responsible for successful plant pollination in your garden.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd | Nat Buttenshaw Date Posted: 28 February 2020
Though they are known by many names the ladybird, ladybug or lady beetle they are part of the larger beetle population belonging to the family coccinellidae. Found throughout most of the world there are around 500 species in Australia alone.
Author: Jennifer Charlotte Date Posted: 14 August 2018
Bees play vital part in the production of many of the world's food crops. Unfortunately though, bees are under threat from intensive farming, disease, and even climate change. This article explains how planning your garden with bees can make difference.
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Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 7 May 2021
A sturdy obelisk is a great way of supporting climbing plants, and making one is easy with our steel garden finial. This short article explains what to do.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 1 May 2021
Late autumn is a great time to be productive in the garden. The milder weather means it's less energy-sapping to be working outdoors, while the autumn colours provide a feast for the eyes to replace the fading summer blooms.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 28 April 2021
Biofumigation is an organic way of reducing soil-borne diseases while also improving soil quality and nutrient levels. This article explains how it works, and gives a simple seven-step guide to using the technique.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 27 April 2021
Mustard is easy to grow, and provides both tasty leaves and fiery seeds for use in the kitchen. Here's how to turn the seed harvest into the familiar mustard table condiment, using just a few store cupboard ingredients.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 19 April 2021
If you're keen on mustard's tangy flavour, it's easy to grow a wide range of varieties in your garden. This article explains all you need to know, whether you're growing mustard for its tasty leaves or fiery seeds.
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