Father’s Day Gardening with the Family
How about doing something different but a fun activity with your dad this Sunday the 21st of June 2020 to celebrate Father’s Day.
Herbivore Garden Centre is a Plant Nursery and Garden Centre that specialises in Herbs, Vegetable & Fruit Seedlings, Exotic Indoor Plants, Cacti’s, Succulents and other Gardening Accessories.
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A variety of items to choose from Trowels, Hand Forks, Rakes, Saw’s Hedge Shears, Leaf Blowers and much more
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The Moon Cactus is actually two cacti grafted together. The top is a Golden Ball, while the lower green cactus is a Hylocereus cactus. Like many cacti, they prefer a drying period between waterings. It is imperative that the cactus is not exposed to prolonged dampness and standing water or else it may develop root rot.
Balloon cactus (Notocactus) will provide a pop of blue-green in any garden. Its blue-green globe features wool and golden spines along the vertical ribs. It Forms large clustering mounds in time with beautiful lemon flowers. Balloon Cactus can be transplanted into a larger pot or directly in the ground and needs full to part sunshine.
The Golden Ball Cactus (Notocactus leninghausii, Parodia leninghausii) is native to South America and can grow to 3 feet in height, forming clusters of semi-columnar stems covered with dense, harmless golden spines. Golden Ball Cactus can be transplanted into a larger pot or directly in the ground and needs full to part sunshine.
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Herbivore’s range of dwarf fruit trees are great to grow in small spaces including apartment balconies and verandas as they can be grown in pots.
This interesting variety of Lyvia Lemon is the result of crossing the key lime with a round kumquat, citrus japonica and citrus aurantifolia, to produce a unique hybrid of the qualities and flavours of both fruits. Your Lyvia Lemon will come ready planted in a traditional conventional A terracotta pot ready to place in your balcony or veranda.
This small tree grows fairly slowly, presenting a contained, bushy form of citrus leaves characteristic of its heritage. Lyvia is a versatile plant and is equally at home indoors as an ornamental houseplant or outdoors as dressing for a patio or alcove. Their adaptability offers an excellent opportunity for a novice – being fairly small, easily replanted and comfortable with being pruned to shape. The fruit of Lyvia is a yellowish green, oval and slightly larger than the other varieties of Eustis Limequat. With less seeds than a kumquat, they offer a unique combination of flavour – quite sweet with a subtly acidic flesh. This makes it a perfect ingredient for drinks and seafood dishes. While, in contrast to limes, the fruit can be eaten whole, they remain an interesting twist to cocktails or as a unique garnish item. A healthy one too – as it boasts a very high concentration of vitamin C.
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