Mulch is beneficial for many reasons. For one, it
helps control moisture and prevent water evaporation in soil. Secondly, it
prevents the growth of weeds and other invasive species around your plants. And
thirdly, it helps to moderate temperature, keeping your plants cool in summer
and warm in winter.
plants are best suited to the climate of New South Wales?
Australian Beech, Hairy Wattle, River Red Gums—there
are many different plants suited to the climate of New South Wales. We have a
huge range of seeds available in store, as well lush, healthy plants in our
nursery. Many of our plants are grown locally, to ensure they’re suited for
properties in the region.
Should I use sawdust
in my garden?
as the timber is untreated, sawdust can be used for a variety of gardening
applications. Mixed with materials that are high in nitrogen, like manure and
grass, the carbon in wood chips will break down over time. However, finer
sawdust can pack tightly when mixed with mulch. This can stop water penetrating
soil to the roots. You are better off using sawdust for garden surrounds and