WINTER is here and the days are getting shorter. Growth in plants, trees, flowers and shrubs has slowed as the prospects of frosts and snow are possible. This shouldn’t deter you from planting some varieties of plants that will tolerate the cold climate conditions. Remember to always ask the Nurseryman and read the labels .
Some examples are:
- Australian native shrubs and trees
Once our bare root trees and roses are in stock, they too can be planted out – usually around the end of July or August.