“My garden is my most beautiful masterpiece.”
~ Claude Monet ~

Feature Plant:


Bright colours and easy to grow flowers, they’re a winner in our books!

This little green mounding shrub produces sprays of flowers in all shades from pinks, whites & reds with modern purple shades too. A hardy, naturally pest-resistant plant blooming from Spring all the way until Autumn they are a staple in many cottage gardens.

Ideally they are best grown in a full sun location where they receive at least 6 hours of sunlight per day, in well drained soil boosted with organic matter dug in – Super Growth pellets should do the trick.

You can start these little ones off as seeds indoors and once they have grown to around 5 to 6 centimetres tall, transplant them out into the garden.

Keep up a regular watering regime and give them a dose of Neptune Seaweed liquid every 3 to 4 weeks and you won’t be disappointed by their continual displays of bright flowers and their cinnamon, clove like fragrance.

Did you know?

The Dianthus is named ‘the flower of the gods’ as it is derived from the greek words dios (meaning god) and anthos (meaning flower)!

Feature Product:

Super Growth Liquid!

Formulated to improve soil health and boost plant and root growth.  Feeding through both the roots and leaves means fast results.

Super Growth Liquid is currently being trialled on a wide range of crops including corn, cane and horticulture.  For more information on commercial applications contact Andrew on 0427 223 307.

Great for the whole garden, including palms, shrubs and natives.

Australian Organic Registered product, suitable for use on organic gardens and farms.

Available in 1L & 5L bottles, 20L, 200L & 1000L drums.

Feature Garden:

Kristin Ernst, Lower Wonga Qld!

Bright, Beautiful Blooms!

Roses are the main feature in Kristin’s garden and are grown
using a combination of Rose & Flower fertilizer and Neptune
seaweed to keep them blooming prolifically and the plants
healthy and disease free. Not Just Mulch is used around the
base to keep down weeds and conserve moisture.

What to Plant:


Cool Climate/Temperate:

Alyssum Calendula Cineraria
Cornflower Daisy Delphinium
Dianthus Hollyhock Larkspur
Lobelia Marigold Pansy
Petunia Poppy Primula
Snapdragon Sunflower Viola


Alyssum Calendula Cornflower
Dianthus Lobelia Marigold
Pansy Petunia Phlox
Strawflower Viola


Alyssum Amaranthus Begonia
Cosmos Celosia Marigold
Petunia Phlox Salvia Sunflower

Vegetables & Herbs:

Cool Climate/Temperate:

Broad Beans Cabbage Lettuce
Onion Peas Radish Snow Peas Spinach


Artichokes Asparagus Basil
Beans Beetroot Capsicum
Carrot Celery Chilli Pepper


Basil Cabbage Cucumber
Ginger Oregano Pak Choy
Squash Sweet Corn Sweet Potato

Did you know? Grasshoppers tend to be in a sleepy, relaxed state in cool conditions and can be hand picked at dawn as a humane way to remove them from destroying your plants and trees.

Super Chicken’s Top Tips!  

  • Time to finish planting bare rooted trees, shrubs and perennials while they are dormant for winter.
  • Prune your citrus trees and fertilise with Katek Super Phoska + TE Citrus & Fruit Fertilizer.
  • Re-mulch your garden beds as the warmer weather comes in. The ideal depth is about 40mm deep with Katek Not Just Mulch to stop weeds growing through.
  • Time to take cuttings of Frangipanis!
  • Start your spring vegetable seedlings indoors so they are ready for transplanting next month!