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Home - The Greenery The Greenery Good things growing +64 (0)6 362 6977 tina at thegreenery dot co dot nz Search for: About Us Products Services Contact Us News Sweeney Environments Now Open Superb plants, styley accessories, excellent advice – in a sweet spot. There’s plenty of room to park, and relax, even to picnic. And friendly kunekune pigs to visit. Open 7 days 9am–5pm 1198 State Highway 1, Manakau 5573 5.9km north of Otaki on SH1 Phone: (0)6 362 6977 Email: tina at thegreenery dot co dot nz The Leaflet News you can use. Spring & Summer 2014, issue 4 Good things are growing The Greenery is growing too – this winter it doubled its area for big trees and fruit trees. Register with your email address and we’ll send an electronic version to your inbox each season. Click here to see the latest issue ? $1.95 including GST Sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum Punnets $2.95 mixed (incl GST) Be quick, dependent on availability from supplier. Feature Plant Sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum Along with sun-ripened tomatoes, sweet basil just has to be The Smell of Summer. Basil loves to grow in clumps in sheltered sunny spots. Plant a few close together, to create a microclimate between the stems. And avoid watering in the evening: damp and chill makes for fungal infections. Sign up for our newsletter ? The Greenery Quarterly Email Address Share ? Map + directions | Contact us ? 2016 The Greenery is a Sweeney Environments company.
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