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Ticks are not just annoying, they are a danger to you, your family and your pets, so Mitey Tick Off For Pets & Mitey Tick Off For You are MUST-HAVE products. They are electronic devices that repel all kinds of ticks with completely safe ultrasonic pulses, inaudible to your pets and you. They have been internationally proven in university laboratory tests and independently tested under Australian conditions. Here are all the VERY good reasons why you shouldn't be without these products: They are totally safe for the environment, for the health & well-being of pets of all ages & for dogs, cats, puppies, kittens,...

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So many advances have been made in the past few years to make Geraniums much more robust, pest and disease resistant, and there is a huge array of flower colours to suit every garden. Flowering practically all year round in Sydney, these beauties are no longer the old fashioned plants of yesteryear - in fact they are the must-have perennial !

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In winter roses need a big prune to get good, solid new growth and encourage the bush to produce more blooms for you. Pruning is really important as it helps to reduce disease, encourages air circulation and lets in more light. Cutting back by 50 per cent is what’s required – you’ve got to be cruel to be kind, it’s all for the greater good! Use sharp, clean secateurs and wear protective gloves to avoid getting scratched by thorns. Start right at the top of the bush and begin by thinning out crossing branches and spindly stems. Work your way...

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Think lipstick, think Barbie, think flamingoes, think bubblegum...THINK PINK! There are so many beautiful pink things in the world, but none better than flowers. In this collage are just four of the wonderful pink flowering plants in the garden centre right now. Arctotis, Anthuriums, Hebes & Argyranthemums. Colour your life today!!

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Ligularia dentata reniformis, commonly known as the Tractor Seat Plant, is an outstanding clump forming foliage plant with large kidney shaped glossy green leaves that resemble a tractor seat, with long stems of yellow daisy-like flowers that rise above the foliage. It's an excellent plant for tropical style gardens, pots, containers and mass plantings and prefers to be planted in well drained, moist soils in a sheltered area. It thrives in a full sun to partly shaded position and likes a slow release fertiliser, we recommend Osmocote Total All Purpose, applied once a year in Spring to promote healthy new...

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