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Natives

Growing Natives

Many native plants have interesting flowers and foliage and, once established, need minimal extra care.

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Cactus & Succulents

Cacti & Succulents

Tips on caring for cacti and succulents.

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Cordylines

Cordylines

Cordylines are palm-like plants that will bestow a tropical ambience to just about any garden.

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Read more about Colour for spring

Colour for spring

There’s nothing quite as inspiring as a garden filled with colourful flowers

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Read more about Winter colour from Zygocactus

Winter colour from Zygocactus

Zygocactus are hybrids of succulent plants that grow naturally on trees in their Brazilian homeland

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Ferns

Ferns

Potted ferns make delightful indoor or outdoor specimens.

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Macadamia

Nuts Trees

There’s a variety of nut tree to suit just about every site and climate.

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Palm

Palms

With the tropical look taking over gardens (even in less-than-tropical climates) palms have come right into vogue.

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Succulents

Growing Succulents in Pots

A short video with some advice on growing succulents in pots.

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Staghorn

Staghorns & Elkhorns

How to grow staghorns and elkhorns

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Zanzibar-gem

Zanzibar Gem

The Zanzibar is a very hardy and attractive looking plant.

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Natives

The Top 10 Shrubs – Anyone can grow

Many native plants have interesting flowers and foliage and, once established, need minimal extra care.

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Spring is for Flowers

Getting the best out of any flowering plant begins with getting the soil right.

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Natives

Natives For Frosty Areas

Many native plants have interesting flowers and foliage and, once established, need minimal extra care.

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Read more about From Paddock to Plate Grow your Own Kitchen Garden

From Paddock to Plate Grow your Own Kitchen Garden

It’s easy to grow your own kitchen garden in pots and containers in your backyard, courtyard or even on your windowsill.

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