Allora's Advice

Plant list for edible and medicinal purposes

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, July 01, 2019 . Comments

Herbs Thyme Mint Basil Coriander Oregano Lemon balm Parsley Chives Rocket Spinach Tomatoes Eggplant Tropical apples Tropical peach Tropical plum Tropical nectarine Avocado Mulberry Mulberry d ...

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April is the month of Herbs and Veggies!

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, April 01, 2019 . Comments

The Dry Season is on it's way.... Which means that it's time to start growing your own fresh produce, and we have a great range of homegrown herbs and veggies to get you started! "Fresh is ...

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Mozzie Blocker

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, September 03, 2018 . Comments

Leptospermum Liversidgei 'Mozzie Blocker' Lemon scented foliage with clusters of small pink-white tea tree flowers Grows 2 metres high and up to 1.5 metres wide An ideal plant to have ar ...

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Little Lemon Scents

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, August 27, 2018 . Comments

Leptospermum Petersonii 'Little Lemon Scents' A weeping, evergreen compact form of the lemon scented tea tree. Grows 1.5 - 2 metres high and up to 1.5 metres wide Enjoys full sun/part  ...

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Pandan Possibilities

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, July 23, 2018 . Comments

Do you use Pandan in your cooking? Well, why not grow it fresh in your garden too? That way whenever you need it, you can pick it fresh from your garden and use it fresh in your cooking. Panda ...

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Ever thought about drying your herbs?

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, July 17, 2017 . Comments

Drying select herbs will not only save you money, it also increases the quality and quantity of your culinary herbs. But a word of caution before you begin; not all herbs dry well. Some lush and a ...

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Companion Planting

Tiffany Cornell . Monday, April 03, 2017 . Comments

Companion planting is one of the oldest gardening techniques practised and has been in use long before the introduction of the chemical control of unwanted pests. Many early gardeners did not have ...

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