Gardening

Sat 9 Mar 2019

Elevated spot best to show off plant's cascades of pink

premium_icon Elevated spot best to show off plant's cascades of pink

Medinillas make a showy display and are perfect in hanging baskets or pots where they brighten a space.

Sun 3 Mar 2019

Step-by-step guide to propagating plants from cuttings

premium_icon Step-by-step guide to propagating plants from cuttings

Pruning your shrubs such as buddlejas and hibiscus can also be good time to establish new plants.

Sat 2 Mar 2019

Black is beautiful for spin-off of Zanzibar Gem

premium_icon Black is beautiful for spin-off of Zanzibar Gem

Stunning indoor plant that thrives on neglect now has an intriguing new family member.

Sun 24 Feb 2019

How to keep your frangipani looking fantastic

premium_icon How to keep your frangipani looking fantastic

Give plant a feed in February to encourage lots of flowers and healthy leaf growth.

Sat 23 Feb 2019

Train this tropical variety to make archway statement

premium_icon Train this tropical variety to make archway statement

This beautiful South American climbing plant might be difficult to propagate, but it's easy to grow.

Sun 17 Feb 2019

Grape garden idea to keep the children happy

premium_icon Grape garden idea to keep the children happy

Kids love grapes, so why not grow a vine of your own?

Sat 16 Feb 2019

Do you believe in miracles? This plant might deliver

premium_icon Do you believe in miracles? This plant might deliver

This tree of a thousand names also has a hundred uses, making it an invaluable addition to your garden

Thu 14 Feb 2019

Summer dry a tough test for rose man's labour of love

premium_icon Summer dry a tough test for rose man's labour of love

This year, his Valentine's Day crop is less robust than previous years, his plants suffering under the hot sun and with little water to share.

Sun 10 Feb 2019

Romance with a potted rose this Valentine's Day

premium_icon Romance with a potted rose this Valentine's Day

Choose gift that will be lasting reminder of your heartfelt love for years to come.

Sat 9 Feb 2019

Indoor plant is now right on the money

premium_icon Indoor plant is now right on the money

Top quality Chinese money plant, the darling of the indoor kingdom, is more affordable than ever.

Sun 3 Feb 2019

Dill needs a bright spot to thrive

premium_icon Dill needs a bright spot to thrive

Where is the best area of your garden to plant this versatile herb?

Sat 2 Feb 2019

Heatwave can leave garden dying for a drink

premium_icon Heatwave can leave garden dying for a drink

The extreme heat we're enduring means your plants will need extra care and lots of extra water.

Sun 27 Jan 2019

Green manure is the way to grow

premium_icon Green manure is the way to grow

Adding organic matter is a fantastic way to improve the soil in your vegie patch and one of the ways you can do this is by growing a green manure crop.

Aussie flowers are a cut above

premium_icon Aussie flowers are a cut above

Grow native to create your own beautiful bouquet.

Sun 20 Jan 2019

How to pamper your potatoes

premium_icon How to pamper your potatoes

Mulch and patience are key to a healthy harvest.

Grow green thumbs

premium_icon Grow green thumbs

You can foster a lifetime hobby that will feed, nurture and relax them.

Mon 14 Jan 2019

The secret to growing a 374kg pumkin

premium_icon The secret to growing a 374kg pumkin

FARMERS compete to see who has grown the heaviest pumpkin and watermelon.

Sun 13 Jan 2019

It's time for a trim to keep your bottlebrush lush

It's time for a trim to keep your bottlebrush lush

Prune as soon as possible after bottlebrush flowering has finished to allow stems to grow for next spring's flowers.

Tropical delight that thrives for many months

Tropical delight that thrives for many months

A mussaenda can flower from September to May in this climate and it is such a spectacular bloomer.

Sat 12 Jan 2019

Nine indoor plants you (hopefully) can’t kill

Nine indoor plants you (hopefully) can’t kill

IF you haven’t had much luck growing indoor plants in the past, there’s hope for you yet.

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