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Water Plants – Lotus
There are a number of different plants throughout the world that are referred to under the name of lotus (family...
Water Lilies: In a dry country like Australia there’s something wonderful about water gardens, they’re relaxing and they just feel...
Don looked at Yellow Buttons, an Australian native plant that thrives on neglect. Plant details Common name: Yellow buttons Botanic name: Chrysocephalum...
Fiddle Leaf Fig
If you’d like a funky, ‘land of the giants’ plant for indoors but you don’t want to spend much time...
Free Indoor Plants
One of the best ways to save money with plants is to go out into the garden and dig them...
The vanilla plant is a perennial vine from Mexico and Central America, which climbs to around 15 metres and supports...
Don showed how classy creeping figs can look when used in a formal garden design. The figs were trained to...
As well as producing brightly coloured, cheerful flowers, nasturtiums are ideal plants for a child’s first garden. The seeds are...
A tough indoor plant commonly found sitting unobtrusively in the corners of living rooms across Australia is Philodendron bipinnatifidum (sold...
Planting in Logs
For a great Aussie look in the backyard, why not use an old hollow log as a planter? You might...
Banksia Ground Cover
The most valuable plants in any garden are groundcovers as they protect the soil from moisture loss and prevent weeds....
In keeping with the ‘weird’ theme of this week’s program, Don looked at some very curious and unusual plants. String...