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New Ornamental Pears
In recent years, ornamental pear trees have been very popular in Australian gardens. A favourite in cool climate areas is...
Most people are familiar with edible ginger (Zingiber officinale), but it is only one of hundreds of members of the...
You’ll need: fresh black or green olives salt water sterilised glass jars with lids* 1. First, wash and prepare the...
This popular garden favourite has long been valued for its sweetly scented flowers. However, osmanthus also makes a good flowering...
Don’s Top Six Low Maintenance Plants
Plant selection is very important if you want a low maintenance garden. Some plants are high maintenance nightmares. At the...
Don looked at holly, a native of Europe, north Africa and western Asia. In the Northern Hemisphere holly is associated...
Many plants are associated with Easter and the passion of Jesus Christ, although nobody really knows what sort of wood...
Agave If you want bold, architectural plants in your garden, Peter Valder thinks that it’s hard to go past agaves....
English daisies are trouble free and easy to grow, which is why they have been garden favourites since the early...
Agonis ‘After Dark’
Recently introduced into cultivation, Agonis flexuosa ‘After Dark’, is a variety of the West Australian willow myrtle. It has burgundy...
Don looked at Eremophila nivea, an emu bush with silvery stems and leaves, and purple tubular flowers in spring and...
Four-leaf Clover – The French Alternative
According to legend, four-leaf clovers are incredibly lucky and they help you to see the fairies in your garden. If...