Justyn Taylor

I started out as a kid helping my granddad in his veggie garden, and decided that gardening was my dream career. I started training as a horticulturalist when I was just 16, and in the last 30 years I’ve worked across a range of garden centres across Sydney, the NSW South Coast, London and Jersey in England’s Channel Islands! I’ve since found my home with Flower Power, and as the company’s dedicated Greenlife Buyer, I travel the country looking far and wide for the best quality plants to range our stores, while helping our customers to solve their gardening problems. I’m also a proud Dad of two beautiful girls, who both love growing their own veggies!

  1. March

    The air is turning crisp and cooler days mean it's time to get your hands (or gloves!) dirty in the garden. There are plenty of plants in flower if you need some instant colour, but it's time to plant anything and everything with perfect growing weather over the next few months.
  2. April

    The lingering warmth has everything growing like mad, and gardens are looking lush and green as ever. There are still plenty of gorgeous, colourful plants to add to your garden right now - see below for what's in flower.
  3. May

    It's a lovely time of year at the moment, with warm, sunny days and cool, crisp evenings. It's great gardening weather and your last chance to plant, fertilise and prepare for winter before growth slows down.
  4. June

    As winter starts to settle into the garden, you might be thinking about putting on your slippers, not your gardening boots. But your garden still needs lots of love during the quieter months, and June is the perfect time for planting roses, citrus, and winter veggies, as well as preventing pesky lawn weeds. And don’t forget your pruning tools –...
  5. July

    Brr! It's a wet and chilly month, but when the sun peeks out break out the gumboots and hit the garden!
  6. August

    The first days that herald the arrival of spring will appear some time this month, and with them early bloomers like blossoms, magnolias and hellebores.
  7. September

    Spring has arrived! It's a busy month in the garden but one of the best. Celebrate by getting your hands dirty!
  8. October

    Longer days are signalling that spring is in full swing, and we'd headed into the sunshine-soaked months of spring and summertime fun.
  9. November

    November is ideal to freshen up your outdoors ready for summer entertaining in the garden. Add bursts of colour with flowering plants, or spruce up your outdoor furniture setting with new cushions and lanterns in cheerful summer colours.
  10. December

    Get your garden ship-shape for Christmas and a summer spent outdoors - heady perfumes of tropical flowers, lush lawns and great company will make for memorable summer nights.

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