Cut flowers: Artisan growers share their secrets

Fancy growing flowers for cutting? The pros give their top tips.


How to get the best harvest from five of our favourite vegies

Here's how to ensure these five favourite crops yield the best harvest this year.


Gardenless gardens deliver the benefits of green spaces in spades

Whatever the space you’re working with – outside or in – or your favourite style, you can find a gardenless garden to transform your home and get all the benefits of the greater outdoors.


How to boost your vegie patch through crop rotation

Do you know your brassicas from your legumes, or which vegies can be grown side by side? Here's a beginner’s guide to crop rotation.


How to create a great succulent display in a pot

We’ve seen the rise of succulents as indoor houseplants, but you can also make great use of them outside, whether in a shallow bowl, basin or pot on your patio or balcony.


The Japanese plant craze captivating millions

It’s the art of creating hanging displays with moss-covered root balls – and they can look stunning. Here's a step-by-step guide to making your own.


How to choose a quality compost that’s right for the job

There’s a range of manures, multi-purpose compost, ericaceous compost, mulches and other organic materials available, but how do you decide which compost is best for you?


How to get the grandchildren into the garden this spring

Gardening can be a lot of fun for kids, giving them the chance to get outside and grub around in the dirt. Here are five ways to encourage your grandkids into the garden.

How to create a garden when space is limited

Whether you're creating a vertical herb garden or a trellis, here's how to save space with a garden that grows up.


Simple ways to stimulate mind and body

Routine is great, boredom is bad – for the brain and for your mental wellbeing. Here’s how to reinvigorate your creative self.


Australia’s best-loved gardening stars go to sea

Award-winning international garden designer, author and TV personality Jamie Durie will join nine other high-profile gardening stars on Cunard’s inaugural gardening voyage when Queen Elizabeth departs Sydney on 1 March 2021.


Gardening – a blooming good business for body and soul

If your life isn’t coming up roses, there are many reasons you should plant some – or a tomato or an azalea or ...

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