Holman Garden

Holman Garden Tip: Growing Plants from Seeds Part 2

11.04.2017
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It has been a month since we planted our seeds into our greenhouse and our seeds have now flourished into large healthy seedlings. The humidity created in the greenhouse rapidly grew our seeds and they are now ready to be transferred into the GreenWall.

A GreenWall is great for 2 reasons; 1) The seedlings will mature in the GreenWall and will continue growth until they are ready to be harvest. 2) The GreenWall will produce a grand feature wall that will brighten up any outdoor space.

Holman Garden Tip: Growing Plants from Seeds

8.03.2017
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Autumn has arrived and we now say goodbye to summer gardening and hello to the ease of Autumn gardening. Autumn brings more rain and less direct sun exposure, minimising dry heat and creating a great growing atmosphere for our plants. In Autumn growing root vegetables is great for 2 reasons; It is the best season to start planting root vegetables and it provides a great vegetable harvest for winter cooking.
We understand that we do not all have gardens ready or equipped to grow a large harvest of root vegetables. We have a solution to growing root vegetables without having to have a garden at all! We are going to grow the seeds in a greenhouse and once germinated transfer and continue growth in a Holman GreenWall.

A greenhouse is great at creating a comfortable climate for seeds to grow. To irrigate the greenhouse we will attach our misting kit. The fine mist and sunlight creates humidity which is the best atmosphere to rapidly grow seeds. The soil needs to stay hydrated and the misting spray will evenly water the entire greenhouse. The fine mist from the spray encourages good growth and consistent moisture around the developing roots, ensuring no dry stress.

This way of gardening is a small cost to assemble and requires little maintenance, a simple and easy way to grow root vegetables.

Keep Your Garden Alive

15.02.2017
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February is here and it is known to be one of Australia’s hottest months. If not prepared, hot summer days can be extremely damaging to your plants and lawn. Dehydration causes plants to stress, which can cause their leaves to become wilted.

It is important that your garden is ready to withstand any hot days that may arise throughout this time of the year. Below are some ideas and easy solutions on how you can keep your garden alive during the last month of summer.

Weatherproof Your Garden

22.12.2016
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Summer is here now and temperatures are now reaching their peak. Give your plants what they need the most right now. Watering your plants regularly throughout the next few weeks is crucial.

In Australia, we can experience dry and hot summers that can be damaging to your garden if you are not prepared. Losing plants due to dehydration can be avoided over the next few weeks.