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Tips for the #SMARTGARDENER

While beautifying our gardens or expanding what we grow is usually the priority while gardening, there are a number of important factors to consider to ensure we are being smart with our resources and saving ourselves time and energy in maintaining our gardening endeavours.

1.03.2019
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DIY Micro Irrigation

Micro Irrigation systems are ideal for minimising water wastage and ensuring your plants are getting the exact amount of water they need.

11.02.2019
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2018 Christmas Gift Guide

Impress your loved ones with a Holman gift this Christmas! We’ve got you covered this holiday season with our annual guide to the best gardening gadgets to help make the most of your backyard this summer.

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DIY Outdoor Lighting Designs

As we enter the season of balmy nights and BBQs, illuminating outdoor entertaining spaces makes for the perfect spring project.

17.10.2018
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Father’s Day Gift Guide

Your Father’s Day gift search is covered with our curated guide of gardening gifts and gadgets guaranteed to take Dad’s garden and outdoor entertaining area to the next level.   All prices correct as at 10 August 2018 via the Bunnings website.

8.08.2018
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Christmas Gardening Gift Guide

We’re here to help you discover the perfect gift this Christmas for your friends and family. Whether they are beginner gardeners, avid green thumbs or just love spending time in their own backyard these gifts are sure to help beautify their gardens.

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Raised Garden Beds: 4 Week Check In

We planted an array of basil, cherry tomatoes and kale as seedlings and added in some strawberries the following day. We love seeing how happy and healthy all the plants have become, and how much the owner enjoys picking leaves off for dinner. We used a natural Pyrethrum spray, which is made from the Pyrethrum […]

16.11.2017
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Weatherproof Your Garden

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.

22.12.2016
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