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A MUSHROOM FORAGE WITH DIEGO BONETTO + STUDIO NEON

April

The Slowpoke: A MUSHROOM FORAGE WITH DIEGO BONETTO + STUDIO NEON There’s a whole lot of magic to be found while wandering through a local pine forest – from the crunchy brown needles and pine cones strewn across the forest floor, the dappled light that dances through the slightly gnarled straight and narrow trees and the peace and quiet that pervades the infinite space. 
A MUSHROOM FORAGE WITH DIEGO BONETTO + STUDIO NEON
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MONSTERA DELICIOSA

March

The Slowpoke: MONSTERA DELICIOSA There’s a good chance you know this plant by looking at it. Monstera deliciosa is a popular ornamental plant that thrives in many parts of Australia, particularly the sub-tropical and tropical. But you may not know the fruit – which has earned the it the nickname of the ‘fruit salad plant’. 
MONSTERA DELICIOSA
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BLUE FLAX LILY

December

The Slowpoke: BLUE FLAX LILY If you live in any of the eastern states of Australia (including Tasmania) and take a wander around a local park or your local area, there’s a pretty good chance you may stumble across this plant – the blue flax lily (Dianella). You may notice it this time of year by the abundance of blue berries popping up along the stems. Having long been a popular plant for ornamental use for gardeners, the blue flax lily is potentially
BLUE FLAX LILY
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BORAGE

October

The Slowpoke: BORAGE It’s a little bit appropriate that the borage plant is also otherwise known as starflower – because it tends to be just that. A bit of an all-rounder in the garden, borage is a great companion plant, loved by bees, beautiful, edible and medicinal. An annual that grows through the warmer seasons and will die back in winter, borage will usually happily self seed again the following year to produce plenty of blue blooms. The blue flowers are
BORAGE
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TRANSPLANT YOUR SEEDLINGS

September

theslowpoke_transplantingseedlings1 Whether you’ve been growing your own seedlings or picked some up from a local nursery or grower, it’s getting to be time for many of us to start moving some seedlings into the slowly warming spring soil in the ground or pots. There’s a few tips and tricks that are worth being wise to, to ensure your lil’ ones have their best chance at a healthy future when being transplanted. Sharing his best nuggets of advice for planting
TRANSPLANT YOUR SEEDLINGS
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