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'Fred Hollows Vision' Rose A new rose has come on to the market to mark the life and work of the late Fred Hollows, the Australian eye surgeon who worked to eradicate cataract blindness. Les Stratford of...
2UE tomato growing tips Tomatoes need * Full sun; ie, 8 hours direct sunlight daily * Deep, free-draining, fertile soil * Consistent moisture * Regular feeding * Shelter from strong winds...
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Many people have been disappointed by Australian native plants in the past, but there is enormous potential to create superb gardens with...
Absolutely Topiary Topiary is a fascinating gardening activity where people can create all sorts of animals, birds and shapes in the backyard. Anthony Cabret is a master of topiary who can...
Abutilons (Abutilon x hybridum) are commonly known as Chinese lanterns, because they have pendulous, lantern-shaped flowers. These beautiful evergreen shrubs grow from 2-3 metres (6-10') tall, and have attractive, maple-like leaves and a...
Chinese Lanterns Abutilons or Chinese lanterns are closely related to hibiscus, and most of the hundred or so species have pendulous, hibiscus-like flowers....
A horticultural survivor from Ancient Greek and Roman times, Acanthus mollis is one of the great garden plants. It was so highly regarded in the ancient world that a motif shaped like an acanthus leaf was used to decorate the...
The worst problem facing gardeners in Australia today is that when soils dry out, they can become water repellent, or hydrophobic. When this happens, water just runs off instead of soaking into the soil. Don showed an example...
Judi and John Denton live in the Adelaide Hills. Their garden design shows a modern approach that reflects the contemporary design of the house. This interesting garden features evergreen plants as structural elements, bold mass planting, soft grey-green...

 


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