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with Perth's local gardening expert and designer
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Connect with your garden, connect with life

Sabrina Hahn is a whole lot of Hort with Heart – a master gardener, horticultural professional, award winning radio presenter and writer.

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Sabrina features twice-weekly in The West Australian's Habitat and West Weekend Magazine.


Hort with Heart presents our premium liquid fertiliser product range. Sabrina’s experience in the industry over the last 30 years has been the inspiration to develop products that address the nutrient deficiencies found in WA soils.

Home Grown Tonic

Indoor Plant Foliar Fertiliser 500ml

Lawn Love

Premium Fertiliser For Turf 2L

Soak Up

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Gardens with Heart

The skilled Hort with Heart team is hand picked by Sabrina for their experience, integrity and excellence. They will bring your personalised landscape design to life on time – on brief and on budget.

Sabrina project manages each job and will be with you for the journey.

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Tropical / Subtropical Climates

Keep planting out new strawberry runners into a mix of compost, manure and potting mix off the ground.

Liquid-feed with Seaweed Plus brassica plants (cabbage, broccoli, kale etc) to keep them forming up florets or strong new leaves.

This is prime coriander time – it’s about the only season that it doesn’t immediately bolt to seed.

  • Asian greens
  • asparagus
  • basil
  • beetroot
  • broad bean
  • broccoli
  • cabbage
  • carrot
  • cassava
  • celery
  • Chinese cabbage
  • chives
  • climbing bean
  • cress
  • daikon
  • endive
  • English spinach
  • leek
  • lettuce
  • onion
  • potato
  • rocket
  • silverbeet
  • spring onion
  • swede
  • sweet corn
  • tomato
  • turnip

Temperate / Mediterranean Climates

May is the perfect month to harvest your ginger and use the bulbs in cooking – they will be plump and full of flavour.

Loosen the ground with a garden fork before pulling up the rhizomes. Leave some plants in the ground for next season. They will die down over winter but emerge again in spring. Liquid-feed your veggies with Seaweed Plus.

  • artichoke
  • Asian greens
  • broad bean
  • broccoli
  • celery
  • Chinese cabbage
  • chives
  • coriander
  • cress
  • daikon
  • English spinach
  • Florence fennel
  • garlic
  • Jerusalem artichoke
  • lettuce
  • mint
  • onion
  • parsley
  • mustard
  • pea
  • potato
  • radish
  • silverbeet
  • spring onion

Cool / Cold Climates

Plant out Brussels sprout seedlings. They will take about three months to develop sprout buds. They love the frosts and will form better sprouts after a good frosting.

Brussels sprouts need full sun and soils of pH around 6.6–7.0. Plant them into freshly composted soils with Seaweed Plus, Grow Safe fertiliser and mulch around the seedlings to retain moisture. Harvest them as they ripen. Heritage varieties will be ready from the bottom up.

  • Brussels sprouts
  • cauliflower
  • dill
  • English spinach
  • onion
  • parsley
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Garden Tours

Sabrina first joined ASA in 2008 and has since led numerous garden tours for ASA to Italy, France, Spain, England and Morocco. Sabrina has a great passion for plants, gardens and their place in the greater landscape.

To avoid disappointment be sure to book early as tours sell out quickly.

For more information on my tours and other tours with ASA head to their website.


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Sabrina will help guide you through design options, identify pest and disease problems and offer solutions, and provide a more diverse plant palette to create a better habitat for all and set your garden apart from others. A fresh set of eyes on an old garden can identify the strengths and weaknesses in a garden and bring out its full potential.

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