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Kitchenware and garden tool seasonal favourites

At Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores Duncan and Megan take care to select tools that you'll use in the garden and kitchen for decades to come. These are the goods you'll reach for daily. They are practical, elegant and beautiful. As one of our customers, Wendy, puts it they are "last-a-lifetime, hand-me-down" heirloom territory. Falcon enamelware, timber utensils, and Mason Csh ceramics seasonal favourites are the go-to kitchenware essentials that you'll need for cooking, including pie dishes in every shape, serving spoons and ladles, tea pots in various sizes, baking and roasting trays, and serveware (plates, bowls, mugs, tumblers). Add to that Burgon and Ball gardening tools to make specific tasks easier from weeding fingers, Royal Horticultural Society endorsed secateurs, and classic trowels and forks, to potato harvesters, and asparagus knives and our popular razor hoe mutli-purpose gardening tool.

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Indoor plants green a gardener's world

December 14, 2019

Indoor plants - Odgers and McClelland Exchange Stores

While photographing watering cans from the shop in our neighbour Nicola Worley's north facing sun room, she laughs when I ask her how many house plants she has. We have known each other for 15 years and during that time her indoor and outdoor plant population has propagated. After a mental walk through the house, Nicola estimates there are about 50 plants in the sunroom, dining and living rooms, library, and bathroom. She and husband Ian have also planted hundreds of trees in their garden and on their sheep property. Nicola remembers buying her first indoor plant about 20 years ago when she and Ian moved into their first flat in Canberra while studying at university. "We had been living in share houses and it was the first time we'd had our own space. It was a miniature rose with red and orange flowers and I kept it on a windowsill. It never looked great and didn't do very well." It was moving to Nundle and making a family home that fuelled her plant addiction in earnest, starting with potted palms.