October 24 - 30, 2021: Issue 515

 

November garden jobs: let's get busy planting out now + Mow for your bros. this movember

By now the seeds you planted a few weeks back will be seedlings and its time to plant them out into the garden beds so they can grow and grow. What should you be planting in late October and November? Everything you want to eat over Summer!


For Sydney, a temperate zone, there are still a few cool nights and mornings, but checking what needs full sun and what needs cool shade will help you decide what to place where. At this time of the year planting capsicums, chilli, cucumbers, squash, tomatoes, sweet corn, eggplant, lettuce, zucchini and rocket is great.

While you're at it - all those great herbs that turn the fundamental into the fantastic can go in now too; basil (plant sweet and purple), mint for refreshing mint juleps and new potatoes, parsley for piles of scrumptious tabbouleh, sage to go with that just caught fish, pyrethrum to keep the mozzies at bay, lemongrass for teas, fantastic Asian dishes and even steep some in your bath when muscles are sore, as well as oregano, rue and marjoram will round out your kitchen garden. Some of these can get a bit unruly, so put them in good sized pots, so they don't take over the garden beds, and place these in plenty of sun. 

Make sure you give them all a good feed, a good soak to destress them after planting, and then pile around some good mulch to keep the moisture in the soil and give some protection to those baby plants during the cool dewy mornings we'll still get for a couple of more weeks. 

November is also a great month to do some lawn care before it gets too hot and the soil dries out. If you have compacted soil get your garden fork out and just gently push the prongs into these areas. This will loosen up the roots and allow water to get into the dirt. Raking is also good as it removes dead blades of grass, leaves and creates aeration and loosens up matted patches. If your lawn’s soil is very hard it is suggested you use a steel rake to create points into the lawn to add extra air flow and water and loosen compaction. This will also encourage new growth.

   

Bare patches appear in lawns during Winter - sow new seed.  Spring lawn weeds; up they come and into the compost bin. 

The other base for a good lawn is having a close look at its condition each Spring to determine whether it’s in good health. If you have a lot of moss plants amongst the lawn this is a sign of soil acidity. Lawns thrive on a neutral soil PH and applying lime will correct this.

If you have bare patches due to kids romps and dog frolics, heavy traffic or water run-off and pooling, you will need to re-seed these areas. Applying a slow-release nitrogen fertiliser as you do will benefit the new seedlings. Once the seed has germinated and you have given it the first cut, lawn experts recommend a quick release nitrogen fertiliser to boost its health. Sowing on a still day, due to this seed’s weight, is always a good choice. You don’t want the seed being blown away before it can grow. And please wear a mask when applying any kind of fertiliser.

If you fertilised your lawn in Autumn your lawn will generally be still using that in Spring. A lighter feeding is recommended for Spring.

Now is also the time to top up your mulch on all your garden beds. Choose sustainable, low environmental impact mulch, that’ll enrich your soil as it breaks down and pile it on all those other garden beds. 

Plan for the heat now too by making a couple of shade cloth tents. They don’t have to elaborate, just a simple, moveable structure that you can put over the top of some of the sun sensitive Summer crop. T

If you have grafted fruit trees October-November is the time to check for shoots growing up from below the graft and cut them off. This rootstock will take over your trees if you let them go. October-November is also a great time to give your citrus a good feed and also give them a good checking over for any bugs. The Bronze Orange Bug (Musgraveia sulciventris) is a native insect that may occur on citrus trees in home gardens at this time of year. Once limited to coastal SE Queensland and northern NSW, it has now spread to the far south coast of NSW near Bega, as well as some inland citrus growing areas of Queensland and NSW, so check your lemons, limes, oranges and mandarins for this little one.


Bronze Orange Bug (Musgraveia sulciventris). Image: Andy

Pulling out weeds is not only good for your muscles, it helps relieve stress. They will be a touch of Mother Bountiful at present, so while your soil is soft and damp, give them a tug. Get the fork onto the tougher ones and toss them into your compost bin.

As we head into Movember Johnson Brothers Mitre 10 are part of the Mow for your Bros! 

Movember, the month formerly known as November, is a moustache growing charity event held during November each year that raises funds and awareness for men's health. Mitre 10 in partnership with their key suppliers is proudly supporting Movember. You can too.

When you buy a Makita, Masport or Yard Force mower this Movember, JBH Mitre 10 will donate $20 on your behalf to support men’s health. 

The Movember crew's work in mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer and testicular cancer has never been more important – and they’ve never needed you more. So, get the fork out, get the weeds out, get yourself a mower and Mow for you Bros this Movember.


products and tools to help you get it done from the get busy this spring johnson brothers mitre 10 catalogue - available Until november 2nd 2021

Read new catalogue online here


Yard Force 144cc Lawn Mower 18": $299
144cc Engine, 18 inch deck, 460mm blade cutting width, 55L Hard catcher


Earthcore Garden Range 25L: Any 4 for $24.00 - 8 varieties to choose from


Masport 139cc 4 Stroke Boxer Lawn Mower: $419.00
Quality cut and catch mower. Steel chassis powered by a 139cc AL-KO OHV engine*. Auto Choke. 460mm (18") steel chassis. Masport Quickcut® Blade System. Front 175mm (7") and Rear 200mm (8") mono bearing wheels.*AL-KO specified engine as used on AL-KO mowers in Europe.


Composter 105L Black: $79.00
Weatherproof UV-resistant plastic feet. Internal ventilation speeds up the process. Heavy-duty construction for year-round composting. Easy to open doors


Makita Lawn Mower 36V 380mm Skin: $375.00
Ideal for small to medium sized yards. 13 stage height adjustment. 40L catcher with grass level indicator. Skin only - battery and charger sold separately


Kaart Steel Mesh Garden Cart: $99.00
10" Pneumatic tyres with poly rims. 250kg loading capacity. Durable poly lining. Removable sides. 1000L x 485W x 830Hmm.



Garden Bed 3 in 1 Bonus Pack: $89.00
Garden bed L850 x W850 x H300mm. Drop over greenhouse L900 x W900 x H920mm. Gardening gloves and storage bag. Plants sold separately.

                                                                             

Tumbleweed Worm Buffet Inground Worm Farm: $39.00
Made from 100% recycled UV Stabilised Plastic. Flat pack in ground solution. Locking lid restricts pests from entering. Includes easy-fit blanket for optimum worm growth.


Gardenmaster Square Mouth Shifting Shovel 1020mm: $31.65
Ideal for shovelling heavy soils and sand. General purpose shovel for shifting, loading and spreading heavy to light materials. Long handle for extra leverage.


Cyclone Garden Fork: $65.70
Ideal for digging and cultivating most types of soil and great for aerating lawns.



Neutrog Whoflungdung Mulch 20kg: $21.95
Biologically activated. Nutrient rich. Weed free & absorbent mulch. 


Debco Designer Natural Mulch 40L: $9.20
Decorates garden. Conserves water. Reduces weeds. Insulates soil.

Johnson Bros Mitre 10 is Open 

We understand that this is a tough situation for everybody and implore the community to be supportive of each other.

Following the recent NSW Health advice, as a provider of hardware, garden supplies and building supplies, we're pleased to say that all Johnson Bros Mitre 10 stores, Harper Timber and Narrabeen Trade Centre are operating as per our usual hours. 

We count ourselves fortunate to be considered essential and will work responsibly to serve the community to the best of our ability. 

FREE Retail Deliveries.

Shop online 24/7 through mitre10.com.au and receive FREE delivery for all online retail orders over $100 and under $40kg or pick up in store with our Click 'n' Collect service.  

We do remind customers that when instore to please adhere to the following: wear a mask, use the hand sanitiser provided, maintain social distancing, check in with the QR code.



Johnson Brothers Mitre 10: Shop Online options

Intending to keep our customers and staff safe, we present some additional ways for both our retail and trade customers to do business with us.

Trade and Retail Pick Up

Express Pick up Mona Vale

- Call Johnson Bros Mitre 10 Mona Vale, and we will pick & pack your order and have it ready for you to pick up in 2 hours. (Stocked Lines Only)

- Drive into our undercover Trade Drive-Thru area at 73 Bassett St Mona Vale, and your order will be ready for pick-up.

- Our team members will help you with your load and finalise payment/paperwork

Express Pick up Avalon

- Call Johnson Bros Mitre 10 Avalon, and we will pick & pack your order and have it ready for you to pick up in 2 hours. (Stocked Lines Only)

- Drive into our back lane off Bellevue Avenue, and your order will be ready for pick-up.

- Our team members will help you with your load and finalise payment/paperwork

Online Retail Stores Go Live

We’ve launched two eCommerce sites offering 2hr pick up in-store and flat rate delivery options on the northern beaches*.

Jbhmv.com.au (Mona Vale)

Jbhav.com.au (Avalon)

With the ability to leave the product on your doorstep, this provides an option of an entirely contactless transaction.

*Flat rate delivery is not available to trade sales, building supplies and trade quantities

** The stock availability is updated nightly, which may mean the stock is unavailable when the order is placed

Trade Delivery to Site

Maybe not new, but certainly worth a mention again!

We can get almost anything delivered quickly onto site!

As always ring the trade desk direct on 9999 0333 and let them know what you need!

Final Thought

Like everyone, we have found ourselves in a new and uncertain environment, but we’re setting up (and digging in) for the long haul!

We want to acknowledge that the decision to retain over 120 staff and meet any future challenges head-on, could not have happened without the continued support you provide us as customers.

Thank you and stay safe,

The Johnson Family


JBH Design Centre 

JBH Design Centre is a tool for builders and DIY'ers to assist in the fit out of houses. It has displays of kitchens, Bathrooms, Doors and Storage as well as knowledgeable staff to assist in making house fit out painless.

Visit: http://jbhdc.com.au/

On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/design.centre.jbh/



We want to thank all of you for supporting and trusting us through this 2020, without you we could not be receiving these two important awards.

Thank you for being our customer and thanks to all our great staff for making this possible especially though this full of surprises year.

Green Life Garden Centre at Johnson Brothers Mona Vale has a great stock of seedlings, native and other plants and all you need to get gardening in brilliant Autumn weather

Johnson Brothers Mitre 10 Trade Centre at Mona Vale - everything you need under one roof.


Johnson Brothers Mitre 10 New Store
73 Bassett Street
Mona Vale - Online Store: Jbhmv.Com.Au

Products advice is available from the trained friendly staff at Narrabeen, Mona Vale and Avalon Johnson Brothers Mitre 10. 

Click on logo to visit Johnson Brothers Mitre 10 website

Johnson Bros Mitre 10 - Avalon            (02) 9918 3315

Johnson Bros Mitre 10 - Mona Vale     (02) 9999 3340

JBH Timber & Building Supplies          (02) 9999 0333

JBH Fencing & Landscape Supplies    (02) 9970 6333

www.johnsonbros.com.au Online store: jbhmv.com.au

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John and Bob Johnson - The Johnson Brothers Profile  John William Alfred Johnson - The Eulogies for those who could not attend Mass

Australia's Prime Minister Visits Mackellar - Informal Afternoon Tea with Hon. Malcolm Turnbull October 2016

JBH Win Awards August 2018 Trifecta - 2018 Free Trade Day supporters, Mitre 10 Heritage Advert features JBH Mona Vale Store, Hardware Australia’s 2018 NSW Hardware Store of the Year over 2500sqm.

Front Page Issue 294: 2018 Winners Of National Hardware Store Of The Year - Johnson Bros Mitre 10 Mona Vale !!!

National Garden Week's 2019 Focus Is On Children(Oct 13-19): School Holiday Garden Ideas (to get started on) & Congratulations Award Winning Johnson Brothers Mitre10 At Mona Vale - 2019 NSW Store Of the Year, 2019 NSW Trade Centre Of the Year and 2019 Village Garden Centre of the Year

Johnson Bros Mitre 10 were awarded as the best Trade Store in the country: February 2020

Family Hardware Store Wins Best In Australia: Johnson Bros Mitre 10 Mona Vale Crowned ‘National Trade Store Of The Year’ - Celebrating 65th Year in 2020

Anzac Day In Pittwater 2020: Candles, Crosses and Online Commemorative Services: Johnson Brothers Family Donates 20 Thousand Candles to Community Light Up The Dawn Initiativ

Front Page Issue 447: ANZAC DAY 2020

Front Page Issue 478: Johnson Brothers Avalon Store Renovations & Mona Vale Store: Everything You Need This Summer In Stock

Front Page Issue 492:  JBH Celebrates Upgrade Of Avalon Beach Store


John, Bob and Robert Johnson, 2013 - photo by A J G.
December 2020 - photo by A J G.
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