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Hewett Horticulture
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Jason Hodges repping Hewett Horticulture at a Better Homes and Garden's Shoot
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Made a friend at work today! This baby Blue Tongued Lizard was soooo cute. Blue Tongued Lizards are great for the garden as they love to eat snails and other garden pests. If you see one in your garden, try to keep it safe by providing hiding places such as rock crevices and keep the household cat or dog well clear of the area.
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Eucalyptus ‘Summer Red’ at it's best today in Burraneer Bay. With such amazing red blossoms around Christmas time, it's an asset to any garden!
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Cow Poo and Kookas in Gymea Bay.
The kookaburras never fail to show up once you start digging, and they never fail make me feel good about the world.
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This is one way to keep cool in the ute!
(transporting a Cycas thouarsii - Madagascan Cycad to it's new home at Cronulla Greenhills Beach Estate)
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These Azaleas were taller than the top of the window and had never been pruned when I started to maintain them. This is the best flower display so far, and no lace bug or petal blight to be seen!
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Maintaining this Lilly Pilly Hedge in Grays Point is a real pleasure. I use Confidor and White Oil to keep the Pimple Psyllids and Scale at bay.
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Buxus hedge and standard Iceberg Roses in Bangor really transformed this front yard!
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Building this natural pond in Gymea was so rewarding. The best part was filling it with the boots off. I had to stand in the water and spread the pond liner out as it filled. There are worse jobs than that on a hot day, let me tell you!
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2015-02-15
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Praying Mantis' and Stick Insects are our gardens good guys. They eat plant pests!
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2015-02-08
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