There seems to be a shortage of everything, with supply chain issues even hitting summer pleasures Aussies tend to take for granted.
A new variety of holly not only looks amazing, it’s also extremely hardy and makes a perfect hedging plant.
From indigenous plantings to biodiversity, these are the key trends set to shape Aussie backyards in the year ahead.
Water plants such as water lilies make a fantastic addition to even the smallest gardens.
Have some fun with the kids by heading outside and preparing the garden for the arrival of Santa and his reindeer.
From WA’s very own native Christmas tree to a symbol of the classic bush Chrissie, why not skip the plastic tree and plant your own festive flora
Sabrina Hahn shares five tips to help your garden survive the long, hot summer.
Worried about your precious plants surviving the long, hot summer? Read on for six simple ways to help your garden beat the heat.
From the lawn to the vegie patch, here’s everything you need to know to help your garden thrive during the warmer months.
A tiny but highly destructive exotic beetle has been detected in Perth trees, prompting the State Government to ban garden waste movements across 17 Perth councils as it determines the extent of the spread.
Hydrangeas are one of summer’s most spectacular flowers. Here’s how to create a picture-perfect display in your garden.
This fast-breeding pest can be difficult to control.
Plant nurseries, landscapers, councils and home gardeners use potting mix and compost to produce healthy plants but suppliers are struggling to source enough local materials.
Growing this summer staple is easier than you think.
From carrots and fennel to dill and parsnip, the Apiaceae family of edibles will reward you with beautiful flavours and aromas.
From recognising their siblings to teaming up to protect themselves from attack, plants use all sorts of clever tricks to survive.
They may be part of the same botanical family but these blooms are very different — if you know what to look for.
Verticordias may be notoriously difficult to grow but they are worth a spot in your garden.
Sabrina Hahn explains how to spot the nasty new borer that saw several Perth suburbs placed in quarantine this week.
Intricate, interactive and seriously clever, stylidiums are perfect for growing at home in pots.
New rules regulating the use of household garden netting are designed to protect wildlife and carry fines of up to $2700.
Relocating plants is a fine art. Here’s how to get it right every time.
Sabrina Hahn shares her top tips to freshen up your greenery.
The drenching we’ve had this winter has created perfect conditions for hungry garden visitors.
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