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Yates- November gardening tips

Last updated 22 November 2012, 10:27 AM
November is the month when conditions become reliably warm, so it’s an important growth month in the garden. Vegies to sow in November – Beans Green beans are summer favourites, but why not try growing something a bit different such as Yates... Read more

November Gardening

Last updated 22 November 2012, 10:20 AM
Trent and Jaydon have been picking yellow squash and zucchini's from our school garden. Read more

June Gardening

Last updated 18 June 2012, 08:26 PM
Vegies to sow in June – Iceberg lettuce The cool months are the most suitable for sowing and growing the large-headed Iceberg lettuce and, with its love of cold conditions, Yates Winter Triumph is aptly named. Yatesdale, another sweet Iceberg ... Read more

May Gardening

Last updated 05 May 2012, 10:06 AM
Vegies to sow in May Onions are funny things. Start them off too early and the plants are finished before they form bulbs. Plant them too late and they never reach bulbing stage. But, in most areas, Mayâ¿¿s a good month to sow Yates Hunter River White... Read more

Winter Harvest

Last updated 24 March 2012, 07:40 AM
Some fresh soil has been added to our garden and we have now started planting our winter harvest. Packets of seeds or seedlings are always appreciated, if any families wish to donate.   Read more

April gardening

Last updated 11 May 2012, 08:47 PM
April Gardening Feed in April Lawn feeding is an important task for this month so that you get maximum growth before the winter slowdown. This encourages a thicker lawn with fewer opportunities for weeds to invade. Yates top quality Lawn Master has... Read more

Garden Funds

Last updated 23 March 2012, 02:34 PM
A big thank-you to Mrs Tait in the canteen and all the students who donated money for our vegetable garden. $96.55 was raised and will be used to buy garden tools and some seedlings to plant. Read more

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