How to

Control Weeds

Controlling Weeds

Weeds can take any form and can vary depending on where they grow.

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Create a Valentine’s Day Gift

Stuck for ideas to impress your Valentine? Why not try putting together a tussie-mussie for your Valentine?

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Waterwise Garden

Create a Waterwise Garden

Advice to help your garden survive through tough, dry times.

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Read more about Planting bare-rooted roses

Planting bare-rooted roses

Winter’s the season for planting the vast range of bare-rooted trees, vines, roses and shrubs

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organic garden

Create an Organic Garden

Organic gardening means growing in harmony with the environment without resorting to chemical fertilisers and pest controls.

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Creating a Garden on a Slope

The important factors to be considered are drainage, soil type and methods of retaining soil.

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How to Make Compost

Making your own garden compost is a lot easier than you may realise. With a simple compost heap you can recycle most of your organic household and garden waste and in turn enrich your garden’s soil at the same time. It’s also an extremely satisfying way to help the environment.

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Saving Waters

Saving Water in the Garden

Water is a precious resource – one that should be used wisely in the garden and never taken for granted.

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Worm farming – compost in small spaces

If you don’t have room for a compost bin, a worm farm is a compact solution that is ideal for even the smallest backyard.

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Creating a Tea Cup Garden

We’ve compiled some tips on how to achieve success with your miniature Tea Cup Garden.

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Vertical Gardens are in vogue

Here are some great tips to get your vertical garden going.

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How to make kokodama

Creating a garden on a verandah or balcony usually involves potted plants placed on the ground or stands. If you have limited space, you can elevate your plants through the art of kokedama making.

These awesome mossy creations can carry a variety of plants, including succulents, orchids, ferns, spider plants and bromeliads. And for added colour, you can bind them with colourful twine. So lets get kokedama-ing!

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