Garden Supplies Sydney Eastern Suburbs

Posted on August 28, 2013 by Michael Hambly

We are now offering our instore deals to our online customers as well, check out our multiple bag buy options and save yourself some cash.

I was reading in the paper the other day some helpful gardening tips on what sort of fertiliser you should be using for different plant varieties and what to look for on the products packaging.

The three main elements of a fertiliser are

  • nitrogen (N)
  • phosphoros (P)
  • potassium (K)

When the ratio of these are about the same, you can expect a product to be a well balanced all-rounder.

  • A higher ratio of nitrogen (N) will encourage leafy growth
  • A higher ratio of phosphorus (P) will encourage root development
  • A higher ratio of potassium (K) will encourage fruit and flower production.
I hope this info was helpful and if anyone else has some knowledge they wish to share send me an email to and I will publish it on our blog, happy gardening !



Garden Supplies Sydney Eastern Suburbs

Posted on August 28, 2013 by Michael Hambly

If your looking for competitively priced garden supplies in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs come to us first. We have a great range for the home gardner looking to do a no dig garden or simply improve your current veggie patch.

We are listening to our customers and there needs and if there is a growing trend for a product we will get it in when we can.

We deliver around Sydney metro everyday from $19.95 and do a free delivery around our area on a Friday *


* ( free delivery around our area on a Friday with any spend over $100, otherwise delivery charge of five bucks )

Our area includes

  • Botany
  • Pagewood
  • Maroubra
  • Little Bay
  • Malabar
  • Chifley
  • La perouse

Are we the cheapest pet shop pet store in Sydney ?

Posted on August 13, 2013 by Michael Hambly

If your curently buying a certain brand off dog or cat food from a pet shop or vet around our area I suggest you call up and see what price we can do because it surprises me what some stores are getting away with charging their customers.

Kudo's to them for doing so at the end of the day we are all here to put food on the table, but if you give us a buzz or drop us an email, I reckon we can keep a few dollars in your pocket.

......and we deliver for five bucks on a friday around the area !!




No dig garden beds

Posted on August 02, 2013 by Michael Hambly

Hi everyone just a quick update to let everyone know that we have sourced some more bins for the no dig gardens.

The old beds that we had were ex apple bins and the new ones are ex potato bins. In terms of size they are very similar and I will get photos and dimensions up soon when they come in, we are expecting them to arrive in 2-3 weeks time.

I strongly suggest if you are interested in them that you send me an email with your details and how many you might want and I'll put you on the list. If you miss the first shipment there will be a final shipment in 6-7 weeks time.


Michael Hambly

Kensington Produce 9666 7755



"Old Traditional Open Pollinated Seeds"

Posted on June 04, 2013 by Michael Hambly

We have the finest selection of Certified Organically Grown Old Heritage varieties of Open Pollinated vegetable and herb seed.

The seeds we have are not hybrid or genetically modified or chemically treated and are grown Certified organically.

In short, they are selected, tried and tested over a long period of time.

  • tests show signicantly higher nutritional value.
  • more disease resistant
  • hardier, and easier to grow
  • produce over an extended season

The particular seeds we have on the internet at the time will be suitable for current conditions and will be updated when they are out of season so you can be sure that what you buy from us will be appropriate for the time of year.



Posted on May 01, 2013 by Michael Hambly

I know the title doesn't make much sense, its just for the search's.


Looking at having a themed party, then why not use straw bales for seating ? 

A single bale can seat 2 adults shoulder to shoulder and make for an interesting talking point, bales are $16 each and if they are bought back not wet or broken we will refund you $8.00 per bale.

Straw bales can be picked up from our warehouse Monday-Friday 7:30am - 5pm or alternatively you can have them delivered and returned to us for an additional charge depending on your location and the amount you wish to hire. Delivery has a 10 bale minimum however collection from store can be as few as you like

For further information please phone us on (02) 9666-7755, or send a message via the link on the website 



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Posted on May 01, 2013 by Michael Hambly



I've recently come back from a very informative and interesting trip through central N.S.W down to Victoria, the purpose of the trip was to source the best quality hay available to market.


This year I meet with several farmers in a few different locations, all were very welcoming and loved a chat.

There products varied a lot, even from farmers who were neighbours or across the other side of a river. All were down on production because of floods from previous years and some because of lack of water allocation.

What some people don't realize is how much the same kind of hay ( for example Lucerne ) can vary, and not all hay is the same.

N.S.W for example can often get 6 cuts of Lucerne per year. Most dedicated Lucerne farmers use what is called a summer active Lucerne, so the plant stays dormant over winter and kicks off around November with what is known as first cut Lucerne, which often has a thicker stalk and can be known to have a little grass through it.

Not the ideal racehorse quality hay, but still good enough for hacks. As the weather heats up the hay comes up quicker and also has a slightly thinner stalk and once the hay is baled right produces racehorse quality hay. Which is exactly the hay we look for.

It has been said that hay is easy to grow and just about all farmers have had a crack at it or know someone who has, but were it gets tricky and is often an art form is in the bailing of hay, it needs to be cut and cured in perfect conditions to keep the leaf on the stalk and stop the hay from souring and going off.

Like anything in life it all comes down to knowledge and experience, and we have the best farmers on-board to supply you with excellent quality hay at an affordable price.

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