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African Daisy Selection!

Osteospermum, or African Daisies, have flowers that look very familiar, yet totally foreign. You may even think they’ve been dyed or painted. African Daisies look a lot like common daisies, with petals radiating around a center disk. When African daisies were first introduced to the market, they had vivid coloring many weren’t used to seeing, […]

Weeping Cherries!

IT’S hard to surpass the beauty of a weeping cherry. The weeping cherry tree, Prunus pendula is an ornamental that has been cultivated in Japan for many centuries. They have slender and flexile branches that lead them to gracefully weep and sway in the wind. Once developed, the branches become firm and stiff, making them […]

Creating a Sensory Garden!

Gardening works wonders for your physical health and it also helps to improve your mental well-being. When you garden you make things grow, you create food and you transform spaces. The satisfaction from accomplishing those things can cheer you up even when you feel dissatisfied with what feels like everything else in your life. Beyond […]

November in the Garden!

Hello Hello, dear gardening friends! It is already November and the weather is looking fantastic here in Melbourne with warm days, clear blue skies but also the occasional shower! With the lock-down finally lifted, we were so happy to see all of you back in store these past few days!  Traditionally Cup weekend has been […]