I knew I could never go wrong giving Mum plants for Mothers Day. Her eye's would just light up, and her new baby would be carefully placed in the sunroom. She was an avid gardener, stopping at every nursery along the way to anywhere. As a kid, I remember many a Saturday spent running around the nursery benches, pushing my nose into the roses until I lost interest....how much longer Mum?...
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We are a family owned Australian Online Plant Nursery and Dragonfruit Farm!
We offer a wonderful selection of plants year-round and boxes of Fresh Organically Grown Dragonfruit from mid January - June (as available)
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We love growing plants and we love to share them. It is one of our small contributions to Greening our Planet.
We only use organic / natural and eco-friendly products to protect our plants, it important to us not to spray nasty chemicals around.
We constantly strive to maintain a balance to achieve strong healthy plants while protecting our environment and our precious pollinators.
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Gardening Blog - Lush Online Plants Nursery australia
Good morning all from Lush HQ! What a terrible week it has been for large sections of Queensland and Northern NSW.
Our hearts go out to the many people who have been devastated by this unprecedented weather disaster and we thank our lucky stars we have been saved this time....
Your plants are bigger than other plants I have bought online! We hear this a fair bit.
We think it is important to deliver a plant strong and vigorous and up to the journey, but still young enough to quickly establish.
When we describe a plant as being 20-25cm tall (our most common size) it is measured from the soil level to the top of the plant gaining you a much bigger plant than if measured from the base of the pot....
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Plants for Full Sun
As we all know, plants need sunlight in order to survive. They use the energy from the sun’s rays in Photosynthesis, the process which all plants use in order to grow and function-however, there are some plants which will cope better with full sun than others....
Aussie natives? No, we’re not talking kangaroos and cricket-what’s much more interesting is the huge range of plants which make this enormous country their home. Australia’s climate can be a little unforgiving, and plant life has had to adapt itself over millennia-luckily, evolution is a wonderful thing, and there is a huge and stunning array of gorgeous plants just ready to thrive in your garden.
Each and every different part of the world has different plants that suit it and its growing conditions, and Australia is no exception! There are a vast amount of plants native to Australia, and a great many of them will look stunning in your garden with very little effort on your part (always the best type of gardening!) Let’s have a look at a few of them…...
How Does Your Garden Grow? Organically, of Course!
Organic gardening is the way forward. (Well, actually, if you want to get picky about it it’s the way backwards-but it’s the best way.) People have been gardening organically for thousands of years; it is only recently that we have been resorting to damaging chemicals, weedkillers and pesticides to make our gardens grow. Man-made chemicals are very harmful to many pollinators and natural wildlife, and can leach into waterways and the food chain even if you are not growing vegetables....
The plant species found in the Australian rainforest manifest the rich diversity of plant life in the continent. For starters, more than 2,500 species have been recorded including a huge number of endemic species found only in Australia. It’s quite hard to keep track of all the species because every year, they find a new one and have to find a name for it. Many plants that are cultivated by hobbyists come from Australia’s tropical rainforests. Cultivating exotic plants can be a rewarding hobby. It can also be quite lucrative....