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Four reasons to buy tubestock for your garden

  Evergreen Growers is founded with the goal of delivering quality, affordable plants to gardeners around the nation. Whether just starting out your garden, or with many years experience, gardeners know that purchasing established plants can be a costly business. However at Evergreen Growers we have helped bring savings to our customers without compromising on quality by providing a range of tubestock plants to suit every garden. Continue reading Four reasons to buy tubestock for your garden

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Evergreen Growers and social media

As one of Australia’s leading online nurseries, we at Evergreen Growers have developed our social media arm of the company to support our website and inform our customers. moncler However the success of our Facebook Page — 1,102 followers at last count — has been entirely down to your contributions and your willingness to share your thoughts, queries and ideas, contribute photos and comment on our posts. puma pas cher We thank you kindly for your contributions and look forward to those in the future. Continue reading Evergreen Growers and social media

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The wonderful Hebe ticks all the boxes

One of the plants we selected for a discussion post on our Facebook Page this week was the glorious Hebe Blue Gem. The Blue Gem is one of those adaptable plants available from Evergreen Growers that ticks all the boxes: hardy, drought and frost resistant and looks fantastic. Continue reading The wonderful Hebe ticks all the boxes

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The role of public parks and gardens

Front lawns of the Carrington Hotel
The iconic Carrington Hotel holds sway here in my country town of Katoomba, NSW. Built in 1883 and then re-named three years later in honour of the then Governor of New South Wales, Lord Carrington, the beautiful and originally-designed building is built on the highest point in one of the highest townships in the Blue Mountains. Continue reading The role of public parks and gardens

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Should we have five seasons?

One of the great conversations amongst all those who work the land (whether they be farmers or gardeners) is the weather. How many times have you heard older generations say that “the seasons are different to when I was a lad”, or “you can grow things for longer into the cooler seasons than you could years ago”. Continue reading Should we have five seasons?

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Solar-powered pest traps for the backyard?

Gardeners in the southern hemisphere look towards the warmer months of 2014 with a sense of joy and expectation — this being the real growing season. Time to order that tubestock and grow a variety of plants, trees, herbs and vegetables feed and mulch the garden and watch the backyard bloom. Continue reading Solar-powered pest traps for the backyard?

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Have you thought of growing your own herbs?

Do you like cooking with food? This week we had a lively discussion on our Facebook Page on suggestions for how to make the finest bruschetta. From adding a touch of sugar to the finest balsamic vinegar to letting the mix stand in the sun for ten minutes, it became obvious that the making of this Italian classic was taken very seriously by many readers. Continue reading Have you thought of growing your own herbs?

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The stunning and efficient Proteaceae family

NSW Waratah
One of the more popular plants available at Evergreen Growers is the iconic and stunning NSW Waratah (Telopea Speciosissima). moncler With its long woody branches, elongated leaves and bright red flowers which form in spring, the Waratah is part of five species of similar shrubs and small trees found in NSW, Victoria and Tasmania. Continue reading The stunning and efficient Proteaceae family

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The first day of spring brings out the gardeners on Father’s Day

The Leighton Green Cypress can be used as a hedge, though it takes a bit of work!
A number of gardening milestones this weekend readers. Firstly (and chiefly) its Father’s Day tomorrow, a time when Dads across the country get spoiled and thanked. basket timberland I know I’m looking forward to breakfast in bed! However its also the first day of spring, so perhaps its also the time for Dads to start shaking off the cobwebs of the winter and think of getting out in the garden. Continue reading The first day of spring brings out the gardeners on Father’s Day

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Wet weekend? Evergreen Growers to the rescue with two great discount offers

One of the bare rooted stock available at Evergreen Growers: the stunning Forest Pansy Redbud.
As the rain continues to tumble down in our neck of the woods — its been over a week now folks — Evergreen Growers have jumped to the assistance of grizzly gardeners unable to put a foot outside and get their hands dirty by announcing a rain sale for this weekend only. Continue reading Wet weekend? Evergreen Growers to the rescue with two great discount offers