All around Australia, there are lots of things to keep you wonderfully busy out in the garden during summer.


In cool climates

In temperate climates

In sub-tropical & tropical climates

  • Prolonged wet weather can lead to root and collar rot diseases developing in susceptible plants like avocados, citrus and many Australian native plants, particularly in areas with poorly drained soil. Yates Anti Rot is a systemic fungicide that is applied over the foliage to prevent and control root and collar rot diseases.
  • Visit your local garden centre and choose a bougainvillea while it’s in spectacular flower. Look for dwarf varieties for growing in small spaces and pots.
  • Apply Yates Waterwise Soil Wetter over lawns and garden beds to help summer rain move into the soil and not sit on the soil surface.

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