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Just because you’ve only got a balcony, doesn’t mean you can’t grow your own food. Don showed how to grow...
Tips of the Trade
Don gave some tips used by professional landscapers that could be used in your own backyard. 1. Trick of the...
As the size of houses increase, the size of backyards decrease and the most important area is the living...
Top Ten Best Gardening Inventions
DYNAMIC LIFTER: A pioneering fertiliser & probably the best ever. Engineering genius, the late Norm Jennings, was the first...
Plant labels are often misleading or, in some cases, quite wrong. Unfortunately this means if you are buying plants you...
When To Water
Surprisingly for many the best time to water our garden is during rain & the best time to water pot...
Australian Native Birthflower For August
Grevillea buxifolia is quite different to the general run of grevilleas. Its silvery/grey 5cm diameter spider flower heads stud the...
Keeping Cats Off The Garden
A recent question to Don’s Mailbag from Tilly in western Sydney related to keeping cats doing their business off...
Potager gardens were named after the French word potage which means soup so it was essentially a soup garden. Today...
Although they are quite old fashioned gnomes are very happy additions to many gardens if you have a positive...
The plant which is most frequently asked about is one with beautiful foliage and spectacular very tall flowers. These are...
Formation of Frost
Frost forms when conditions are very cold (around 0º C) and clear. On overcast nights temperatures are usually a little...