Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 30 October 2020
Keeping a seed's compost moist is essential for successful germination, but the very act of watering can cause problems. Seeds and young seedlings can be washed away by even a small amount of water, so it's important to be careful when watering.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 21 May 2019
Gardening in containers offers many advantages over open soil. However, container plants are more sensitive to your watering routine, & it's easy to give them too much or too little. This article explains what you need to know to keep your plants happy.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 18 March 2019
With especially hot, dry summers seeming to arrive ever more often, water conservation is an increasingly urgent issue. Gardeners can be at the forefront of this effort, both by minimising water use and by planting drought-tolerant species.
Author: Jennifer Charlotte Date Posted: 29 November 2016
Watering is an essential part of every gardeners routine and although it is mostly self explanatory there are a few principals you should understand and keep in mind to ensure your garden is the best it can be.
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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.
Date Posted: 31 March 2021
Sharpening secateurs, shears, knives, scissors, and many other gardening tools is straightforward using a specialised sharpener tool. And unlike using many mechanical blade grinders, there's no need to disassemble the secateurs first. Here's what to do.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 26 March 2021
Kale is nutritious, versatile and easy to grow. What's more, homegrown offers vastly better taste and texture than the coarse, bitter leaves too often found in stores. This article gives a guide to growing, harvesting, and using kale to enjoy it.
Author: The Seed Collection Pty Ltd Date Posted: 18 March 2021
Armyworms are a group of caterpillar species which can lay waste to a garden. Although they prefer to feed on grasses and grains, any leafy plant is at risk if there's a serious infestation. This article explains the damage these bugs can do.
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