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After a wet September and a warm October I hope November & December will still be 'spring like' before summer hits us, and melts our enthusiasm for working outdoors...
Hi There and welcome to our September 2013 e-newsletter!
Don't the seasons roll around quickly? Here we are again - Spring is here!
It's a fantastic time of year to be in the garden. I hope you enjoy this newsletter. As always, your feedback is welcome.
Welcome to winter! With a good start to rainfall this May, and also some lovely sunny days it has been good weather to spend time in the garden.
Autumn seems like it has been a long time coming and we certainly haven't had much rain yet (apart from this week) - But other tell tale signs are before us - shorter days and cooler nights.
I hope your garden has been surviving well over summer, and you are harvesting a range of yummy home grown produce from it.
In this newsletter we have some tips to help you in the garden at this time of year, new stuff from us, and a freebie for YOU.
With summer fast approaching (is it just me, or does it seem to be an early one?) there is still time to make your garden productive and protected against the increasing temperature, and we hope we have some tips here to help!
I hope this finds you enjoying the mild weather. We have had some gorgeous days; although the lack of rain is certainly a concern.
This is certainly a very productive time in the garden. There is a huge amount of vegies and herbs to go in the ground now, and much to harvest before the heat of summer really begins to arrive.
Welcome to our latest newsletter! Winter is a very poductive time in the garden, especially here in Perth. We can enjoy the mild weather and we don't have to think about watering seedlings every day.
Plants seem to pop out of the ground (especially the weeds!) and I feel that at home our garden goes from survival mode at the end of summer to thrive mode once the rains start!
We trust you've been enjoying some lovely Spring gardening, and that the lead up to Christmas for you is enjoyable and not too stressful. I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support over this past year, and wish you and yours a wonderful Christmas.
Winter is an incredibly productive time in the garden here in Perth. Some much needed rainfall, punctuated by sunny days has things growing brilliantly. That vibrant green colour is everywhere at this time of year and it seems so refreshing after a long, hot summer.
Hello again. I hope your gardens have all survived this summer. Isn’t it nice that the evenings and mornings are getting a little bit cooler; it shows the season is definitely changing! With everything crossed for a little bit of rain, it will soon be one of the most productive times to get out and get dirty in your garden.
Spring has certainly sprung, and it is the perfect time to get busy in the garden. All around, things are bursting with life (especially the weeds!) and the warmer, longer days are making things grow vigorously.