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We are committed to helping our customer learn more about natives and gardening in general.
Thus, we are excited to unveil our new
Aricles & Download page where we give you access to some great articles and other resources.
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After the devastating Thomas Fire destroyed much of the nursery, Jo as put together some lessons learned in a presentation describing the fire resistance of various Australian native plants. Here is her presentation. [PDF version]
Is staking really necessary?
Do not tie too tightly – allow for wind movement.
Don’t stake too close to plant especially in high wind areas.
Dig hole and fill with water.
If water drains in 30-60 minutes it is a good indication of well-draining soil
Books should be stacked horizontally or vertically on strong shelving. If they are kept at an angle to the vertical, the spine will weaken over time.
Books should be stored in a dry, cool place away from direct sun. Heat and humidity leads to warped covers and curled pages.
These are a few of the books that we highly recommend and think all gardeners need on their shelves.
Check out our vast select of books.
large overgrown plants in small pots are invariably pot-bound and seldom
develop into healthy plants?