Gardening in Tasmania

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Codling Moth - Yes, it is possible to get rid of codling moths using time-tested, organic and natural techniques. Here’s how:

Found in all apple-growing areas of the world, the codling moth (Cydia pomonella) is considered to be one of the most destructive pests of apples.

Black Spot on Roses

A common rose disease known as Black Spot is a fungal disease forms black spots all over the foliage. Read this article and look at how to get rid of black spot on roses with proper roses black spot treatments.

Weeds Index (includes Declared Weeds Index, Non-declared Weeds Index and Weeds Index - Alphabetic by Scientific Name)

Weeds Index (includes Declared Weeds Index, Non-declared Weeds Index and Weeds Index - Alphabetic by Scientific Name)

Weeds of National Significance

Weeds of National Significance

Fragrant Cloud  Glowing orange red. Beautifully formed, free flowering and fragrant. A very good and popular rose. One of the World's favourite roses, inducted into the Rose Hall of Fame in 1981.

Beautifully formed, free flowering and fragrant. A very good and popular rose. One of the World's favourite roses, inducted into the Rose Hall of Fame in

Diamond Jubilee Buff yellow exhibition blooms with a strong fragrance. Vigorous and disease resistant.

Diamond Jubilee Buff yellow exhibition blooms with a strong fragrance. Vigorous and disease resistant.

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch   A truly great Hybrid Tea Rose of exceptional health and vigour, with flowers of good form and quality. The flowers are medium to large with a magnificent blending of colours, going through the spectrum of cream, golden yellow flushed with vermilion and various shades of pink. The shades of the flower vary dependant upon soil conditions and the state of the season. A highly recommended, lovely rose.  Delightful fragrance.

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch A truly great Hybrid Tea Rose of exceptional health and vigour, with flowers of good form and quality. The flowers are medium to large with a magnificent blending of colours, going through the spectrum of cream, golden yellow flushed with vermilion and various shades of pink. The shades of the flower vary dependant upon soil conditions and the state of the season. A highly recommended, lovely rose. Delightful fragrance.

The Children’s Rose produces highly fragrant blooms of soft powder pink which slowly unfurl to reveal a mass of swirling petals in fully double blooms. The flowering stems are mostly single, sometimes in clusters and are very long lasting in the vase. There are very few thorns on the flower stems.  The bush is so robust and very disease resistant foliage makes this a very dense shrub which will grow easily to 1.5 metres tall and 1 metre wide.

The Children’s Rose produces highly fragrant blooms of soft powder pink which slowly unfurl to reveal a mass of swirling petals in fully double blooms. The flowering stems are mostly single, sometimes in clusters and are very long lasting in the vase. There are very few thorns on the flower stems. The bush is so robust and very disease resistant foliage makes this a very dense shrub which will grow easily to 1.5 metres tall and 1 metre wide.

Double Delight  Large double blooms of white to cream. Heavily flushed and edged carmine to red. Bushes are of medium size, of good health and vigour with long strong stems. Strong fragrance. One of the World's favourite roses, inducted into the Rose Hall of Fame in 1985.

Double Delight Large double blooms of white to cream. Heavily flushed and edged carmine to red. Bushes are of medium size, of good health and vigour with long strong stems. Strong fragrance. One of the World's favourite roses, inducted into the Rose Hall of Fame in 1985.