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Home Living : February 10th 2009
HLC - HOME LIVING: CENTRAL, Tuesday, February 10, 2009 1 Join food revival In the garden Judy Horton is an advisor for Yates Around the world there's a marked revival of interest in growing food plants. Whether it's the result of the harder economic times or simply a yearning to return to traditional values of the past, the home vegie patch has never been more popular. If you're a newcomer to productive gardening, start off slowly and gently. An easy way to develop your skills is by planting up a few pots -- or a small plot -- of herbs. Chives (pictured) are some of the easiest. They come in two varieties: garlic chives (flat leaves, white flowers, super tough); or onion chives (fine leaves, mauve flowers, moderately hardy). Basil is popular but it only grows during the warm months and dies as winter approaches. It's best planted in spring. Parsley has a slightly longer life. It tends to last into its second year before going to seed and (hopefully) spreading itself around the garden. Sage, marjoram and thyme are drought-tolerant herbs with tough Mediterranean constitutions. Rosemary also comes from the Mediterranean but, because it grows into a large shrub, it's usually best planted out in the garden. There are, however, some smaller rosemary varieties that are suitable for pots. Details: www.yates.com.au Water wise Easy Wetta Garden Soil contains soil-wetting granules to assist in quick and even water penetration. It consists of a rich blend of composted organic material that contains many of the essential foods necessary for plants. Easy Wetta Garden Soil provides a healthy medium for micro- and macro-organism activity. Available at garden centres and hardware outlets. Zen has a wide range of water features made from glass-fibre reinforced concrete. The water features range from half- rounds that can mounted on walls and in corners to elaborate multi- bowl flow systems. Details: www.quatro design.com.au HOMELIVING ................................................... • SLIDING or HINGED DOORS • TIMBER • COLOUR PANEL • PAINTED • MIRRORED • LIFETIME WARRANTY • WE SERVICE ALL AREAS Lic. 185684C FREE MEASURE & QUOTE Built In Wardrobes 'Designed to suit your budget' 9838 9090 justforyouwardrobes.com.au Just For You Wardrobes Pty Ltd 2151471i hln wk30 ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & SLIDING DOORS BETA - VIEW BETA - VIEW 900x900 (3'x3') $138 1200 x 1500 (4' x 5') $202 1200 x 1800 (4' x 6') $224 1200 x 2400 (4' x 8') $328 web: www.betaview.com.au - email: firstname.lastname@example.org PRICES FOR WINDOW ONLY & INCLUDE GST AVAILABLE IN BROWN, WHITE, HAWTHORN GREEN, PALE EUCALYPT, STONE BEIGE, CLEAR ANO, PRIMROSE FREE QUOTES FOR SUPPLY & INSTALL Unit 6, 9 Kurrajong Rd, St Marys 2150288i hlc wk30 Ph:9623 5611 F:9623 5091 ABN 14 070 225 197 Master Lic No 408872083 Lic 84933c Security lic. no. 408925402 GLASS CUT TO SIZE OPEN SAT • 2 x Mirror doors • Wall to wall up to 2.4m wide • 1 x Single Hanging space • 1 x Draw unit (4 draws) + 3 shelving •1xShoerack • 1 x Double hanging space • 3 x mirror doors •Walltowallupto 3.6m wide Bankstown 9785 1425e Surcharge applies to Campbelltown area Wally's Wardrobe World 2098762i hls wk22 up to 2.4m wide up to 3.6m wide 2.4m high 2.4m high $570 inc GST $870 inc GST
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