Popular Garden Projects and Ideas

Popular Garden Projects and Ideas

Here are some projects & articles to help you master your garden during the spring months.

7 steps to start a Community Garden

Community gardens are a wonderful way to gather up people in your area to create a shared space where everyone is welcome to care and contribute.

Garden eMagazines

Looking for gardening tips, tricks and inspiration? Whether you love gardening indoors or outdoors our eMagazines featuring projects, articles and advice to help you in your garden.

Garden Trivia & Facts

Here are some fun and interesting facts about plants and gardening! Try out these questions in your next trivia event.

Inspiration and Tips for your next Project

How to Grow Herbs

Nothing beats the taste of fresh herbs. But why buy them when you can grow them? Here’s how to grow herbs in pots or garden beds.

Winter is Rose Planting Season

Garden centres will be brimming with fabulous selections of bagged, bare-rooted roses during winter. Here's how to plant your brand new rose and some important winter rose care tips to keep it looking fantastic.

The importance of your school having a garden

Creating a dedicated gardening space in your school playground, whether it’s big or small, can create an effective teaching tool and provide an outdoor living classroom for students. It's a wonderful way to get kids outside the classroom to benefit from fresh air and physical activity.

Bindii Prickle Prevention

Broadleaf lawn weeds can grow at a rapid pace during winter and bindii plants will be maturing and starting to flower and set seed. You can control the most common broadleaf weeds in lawns, before they take over!

Frost Protection in Your Garden

Winter frosts can damage tender growth, particularly if plants haven't had a chance to acclimatise to the colder weather. Here are a few strategies that can be used to help protect vulnerable plants from frost damage.

Winter Vegie Wonderland

Keep your kitchen stocked with fresh and delicious home grown vegies like broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, broad beans, spinach and peas with our top winter vegie tips.