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November Garden Guide – Mediterranean climate

It’s been a dry spring in Adelaide so far, and with the current El Nino pattern we expect more of the same. However, with plenty of supplementary watering, spring growth is coming along beautifully, and flowers seem to be more … Continue reading

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September Garden Guide – Mediterranean climate

 After some good soaking rains, Adelaide’s soil is now much better charged. We’re also starting to see longer days and some real sunshine, so we can expect the soil to start warming up nicely over the next couple of months … Continue reading

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Mediterranean Garden Guide – August

Soil care We’ve had a very cold July with reasonable rainfall. That’s great for those fruit trees that need sufficient winter chill to set fruit, but a little challenging for the poor subtropicals that don’t like cold wet feet. Especially … Continue reading

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Time to think about Spring

It doesn’t feel like it yet, but take a peek at the almond and apricot trees… spring is not that far off! Time to start planning what to grow and where to put it. I’m now taking orders for seed … Continue reading

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