A green intervention

The power of early green intervention Throughout history gardens and gardening have played a significant role in the lives of families; working together on farms, providing fresh home grown produce, playing outdoors in backyards and picnics at the park but recent...

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Plant your blues … see what grows

Plant your blues- See what grows Much is written about the colour blue; it is said to be a peaceful, tranquil colour that upon sight encourages the body to produce calming chemicals which promote physical and mental relaxation. When you look out at the vastness of a...

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Colour for health -Garden Releaf 2018

Garden Releaf Day Confirmed for Saturday- April 14, 2018 Put Saturday April 14, 2018 on your calendar and get ready for the fourth annual National Garden Releaf Day. You are invited to join in as Garden Centres across Australia come together to connect people with the...

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My plot is small ….. what should I grow ?

There is so much joy in growing your own fruits and vegetables: it’s not just about the crops themselves it is the lessons you learn as you see what works or fails, the excitement you feel when you first notice flowers or fruits forming, the physical and mental health...

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Why is rosemary an ANZAC Day tradition?

“Anzac Day is one of Australia’s most important national commemorative occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War.” On the 25th April everywhere across Australia we stop...

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Brainberries AKA Blueberries

“Brainberries” Great for your health; so easy to grow Garden Releaf Australia announces that on Sunday March 19 they will join in the celebration of National Blueberry Day and over 100 independent Garden Centres and suppliers around Australia will help celebrate this...

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