Yes once again Spring is in the air!!! Its time to enjoy all those fragrant spring blossoms and flowers. There's nothing quite like the beautiful aroma of the
"Boronia" "Daphne" "Buddleia"
And beautiful haze of pink or white "flowering Cherries", we have limited numbers of potted cherry trees available and a large range of weeping ornamentals.
We are very happy to have some awesome new arrivals
Limited numbers so be in quick
This has to be the most stunning and graceful landscape plant:
For all you foodie people who enjoy homegrown fare:
Raspberries Blueberries Logan berries Boysenberries Blackcurrants Redcurrants
Now a commonly asked questions:
"How do I protect my fruit trees?"
Here is a list to help "prevention" which is better than "cure":
Season: while dormant control all fungus diseases: all insects and eggs with Champion Copper and Conqueror Oil. Season in bud swell Control all fungus diseases with Champion Copper.
Season: October-November (main petal fall) Control verucossis, melanose, aphids with Champion Copper and Mavrik.
Season: November-February Control brown spot, mealy bug, passion vine hopper with Champion Copper and Mavrik used monthly.
Season: While dormant, at bud swell, at bud burst - control all fungus diseases, leaf curl with Champion Copper. At full bloom, at petal fall and 3 weeks later: Control brown rot with Greenguard.
Season: May - Control hard wax scale with Conqueror Oil.
Season August: Control scales, mites, mildew, black spot with Champion Copper and Conqueror Oil. At bud swell: Control scales, mites, mildew, black spot with Champion Copper and Conqueror Oil. At bud burst, pre-blossom, post-fruit set: Control downy mildew, powdery mildew, black spot with Greenguard used at 14 day intervals.
CURRENTS AND GOOSEBERRIES
Season Late July. Control scale, mites with Conqueror Oil. At bud movement: Control leaf spot with Champion Copper. Pre-blossom. Control fungus diseases, caterpillars with Champion Copper and Mavrik.
We have new seasons ROSES:
Standards Climbers Patio Standards
We recommend for best performance use Nitrophoska Blue and have a good watering program, "a healthy rose is a happy rose". This will minimise the need for sprays.