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Home Living : March 2nd 2010
6 HLN - HOME LIVING: NORTH, Tuesday, March 2, 2010 Autumn timetable » ADVERTISING FEATUREHOMELIVING Autumn is considered the best season for gardening. It's a good time to sow root vegies such as beetroot, carrots, parsnips, radishes and turnips. None of these varieties like being transplanted, so they'll get the best start if they're sown directly into garden beds. Pansies and their viola relatives can be sown now. Seedlings can take time to emerge, so ensure the seeds don't dry out during the germination period. Feed in March Young vegies planted now need to make as much growth as possible before the cold weather, so feed with fertiliser. Prune in March Cut back raspberry canes that have fruited over summer. Split up and re- plant clumps of perennials such as violets and bergenias. Old woody root sections should be trimmed off and discarded. March job file If you've been holding off planting new shrubs or trees, this is the month to do it. As the weather cools, the soil stays moist for longer -- but there's still enough warmth to encourage root growth. Plant of the month -- roses In March, roses have recovered from the extremes of summer and are coming back into full flower. The intense colours of the autumn blooms make a wonderful display. The season for lawns Early autumn is the best time of the year to make improvements to the lawn. It's the perfect season for seeding, laying new turf, feeding and controlling weeds. Details: firstname.lastname@example.org In the garden Judy Horton is an adviser for Yates Home Living gives you the opportunity to maximise your advertising dollar through placement in a selection of local newspapers that will most effectively reach your market - which means more potential leads and sales opportunites for your business. Reach renovators and decorators. Source: Engaging Communities, The Leading Edge (June 2008) Call Direct Glass for your Free Quote! Peace of mind guaranteed with Direct Glass & Mirrors Specialising in semi- Frameless Pool Fencing Contact: 1300 919 051 www.directglassandmirrors.com.au All Direct Glass Toughened panels comply with AustralianAgradeAustralian Glass and Glazing Standards AS/ANZ2208 Glass Spans all 10mm in thickness which not only shines with Elegance it has the durability to ensure safety around your pool. We have a Price Guarantee that We can beat any written quote by 10% 2101518i hln wk36 PLANTATION SHUTTERS Plantation Shutters www.sarmax.com.au email: email@example.com Just a few reasons to call Sarmax NOW for your free quote Privacy Noise reduction Ventilation Light control Insulation Low maintenance Cedar or aluminium Basswood Custom made High quality Local family business Save $ - buy direct from the importer Your team that thinks outside the square Call us today 0428 178 997 2039454im 17/1 Wk34 Flooring Specialist Nation wide 2060272m 9/2 hln 33 GOES DFO! 5 Sydenham Rd, Brookvale Ph 9905 5650 Mon -Fri 9am-5pm; Sat 9am -12pm EASY OFF-STREET PARKING • Carpets direct to the public. • The right choice depends on the right advice! * See in store for details
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