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Joh, Adam and Jason create the ultimate garden using Birdies Garden Products

Johanna, Adam and Jason team up to create a garden that is guaranteed to keep the whole family happy! Their amazing veggie patch uses Birdies Kids Range of Garden Beds. Read More...

Plant in Autumn and enjoy year-round goodness

Wondering if you can plant in Autumn? It’s the time of year when the washing starts flapping in the breeze and we start to relax, knowing the worst of the heat is over. Many Australians might think their sun-worn veggie patch can also rest easy for the cool season. For most areas of Australia, however, Autumn is another great planting season. If you know which veggies grow well in the cooler weather, your veggie patch can produce crops right Read More...

Grow your own veggies!

Grow your own vegetables & make a difference…. Australia is the worst CO2 emitters per capita on the planet so what is more expensive? The cost of change to growing your own or the cost to the planet for not changing? For store bought produce one shopping basket travels 70000km that’s around Australia three times or around the planet twice & road transport alone is 22000km!! To show you how easy it is to grow your own veggies with Birdies products we Read More...

Worms, worms and more worms – the organic gardener’s best friend

Have you ever considered keeping a worm farm? These amazing creatures can help you keep your rubbish minimal by processing a large part of your waste, at the same time as giving you a rich fertiliser to put on your garden.   It’s minimal effort for a load of benefit. You need only four things: worms, a Birdies Worm Tower for them to live in, a shady, protected spot to place their new home, and your everyday vegetable waste from the Read More...

Beneficial insects and how to attract them to your garden.

We all know how important bees are to our gardens, but are there other beneficial insects that can help our plants? What is the secret to enticing them in, and is it really worth making the effort? There are three simple things you can do to attract any beneficial insect. The first is not to use any pesticide. It’s quite obvious why pesticide is a repellent for any insect – even if the particular beneficial insect isn’t directly affected, often Read More...

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