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'Mother and Daughter Rose'

New stocks of the Mother and Daughter Rose are now available in Victoria and NSW through Bunnings and good garden centres. This stunning long flowering, vibrant yellow rose was named in honour of my beautiful mother Jan, who passed away last year and helps raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease Research.

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Fruits of the Forest

Want to create your own fanciful fruit forest? Here's how, with berrylicious plants!

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Fruits of the Forest

Why not create your own fanciful fruit forest filled with berrylicious plants!

I love the way blueberries burst in your mouth with an explosion of sweetness and garden harvested blueberries are tops for taste. They deserve a place in every yard, not just for their delicious fruit, but for their decorative flowers and foliage too.

Cherries are so good, you can eat them till you are sick in the stomach!  We're fans of the new Trixie Miniature Cherries. They produce a crop of sweet, good-sized cherries on a compact tree, perfect for growing in pots on the patio or balcony.  Choose from 'Black Cherree' with juicy heart shaped red fruit and flesh, or the more unusual white-fleshed, blush skinned  'White Cherree'.

Goji Berries come from the Himalayas, where they have been used for centuries for their incredible health giving benefits, so why not grow your own and see the results for yourself. They are deliciously sweet and each year you will get bigger berries and more of them. Goji Berries are a rich source of Vitamin C and a powerful antioxidant, so enjoy them fresh from the vine or dry them for a tasty snack.

TIP: Not only is it healthier to grow your own food, its environmentally friendly too!  Growing and harvesting produce at home helps to save on "Food Miles" - how far our food travels from paddock to plate, and these days there are lots of low-toxic, environmentally friendly ways to control pests and disease in the Kitchen garden.

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