No matter where your productive garden is, Spring is a lovely time in the garden especially in the vege patch.
Warmer temperatures allow for plantings of lettuce, tomatoes, eggplant, a range of herbs along with many others.


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Take a look at our “Vege Garden Guide” we’ve done all the hard work for you!
With seasonal planting ideas along with soil preparation, fertilizing, pest control and lots more.
At a very affordable $5.50 it’s a great buy & we’ve made it easy to read with affordable solutions for your vege
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Preparing your soil is one of the most important things you need to do before you think about planting this Spring.
You can purchase soil products for your vege garden by the bag or in bulk from your landscape supplies and if you
are starting out, then this is the best option. Make sure you let your retailer know that you are planning to grow
produce as the soil is very different to the soil provided for decorative garden beds. Your vege garden beds should
be built up providing good drainage for your plants, just in case we are lucky enough to get an old fashion wet season!
If you have an existing vege garden then hopefully you have a good supply of compost that you can add to your soil
along with some worm juice, lime & good amounts of mushroom compost.  Once these ingredients have been
added to the soil then remember to mulch and I believe the best mulch for your vege patch is sugar cane mulch
(Organic Sugar Cane is best) and you can’t go past Rocky Point Mulching’s range of products which you will find in
every good hardware. Don’t use acidic mulches like pine bark, chip or alike, over time these will affect the PH. of
your soil and your produce will be affected.