Angie's Garden Calendar January

Judy

As the last of the Christmas ham and mince pies are eaten, let’s talk about what we can be doing in our gardens in mid summer. And make the most of cooler and quiet early mornings and evenings during January’s sweltering heat – it’s a lovely time to be out in the garden.
Happy gardening everyone!

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Roses

Pruning your roses in summer can give you second flush of beautiful blooms in Autumn. Click here to learn more about summer rose pruning and about some fabulous new release roses

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Flowering Plants

It's a festival of flowers!

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Herbs

Tabbouleh anyone?

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Trees & Shrubs

How to grow these beautiful, colourful varieties

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Indoor & Potted Plants

Capture the health benefits of growing plants indoors.

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Organic

Late summer vegies need continued protection from fruit flies, here’s how!

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Cherry Guava

Jams, jellies and smoothies - oh my!

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Tomatoes

Top Tomato Tips - Learn how to keep your tomatoes healthy throughout summer.

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Citrus

How to treat the deficiencies in your citrus

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Root Vegetables

Learn how to grow the sweetest potatoes

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Lawn

The army is coming!

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Leafy Vegetables

Transform your salads by this lovely leafy green

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Summer Stone Fruit

Look after your stone fruit.

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Other Vegetables

Don't forget the vegie patch this summer.

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