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  1. Hedge in a hurry: Top fast-growing hedge plants for Sydney gardens

    Hedge in a hurry: Top fast-growing hedge plants for Sydney gardens
    Growing a hedge for privacy is a project that pays back many times over. As well as forming a green screen in several years, hedges add to the greenery in gardens to keep areas cool and add to the garden’s biodiversity. Evergreen hedges provide habitat for birds to nest, insects to feed and their flowers attract pollinating insects such as...
  2. Privacy Plants for Balconies

    Privacy Plants for Balconies
    Do you have a balcony you don’t use because it’s overlooked? Perhaps you feel too exposed or uncomfortable to relax on your balcony, and this lack of privacy is why you never venture out! The right plants can transform an under-used and over-exposed balcony, sheltering it from the elements as well as from prying eyes. Plants act as green screens...
  3. 14 plants that like to holiday indoors

    14 plants that like to holiday indoors
    Whether you want to spruce up your space for a party night or just want to welcome living flowering colour inside, here are 14 outdoor plants that love to holiday indoors.   Tip: Not such a big fan of change? Buy two identical plants and you can just keep swapping them over, inside to out regularly. This way, your indoor...
  4. Bamboozled: How to happily grow bamboo

    Bamboozled: How to happily grow bamboo
    A little bit about bamboo Botanical name: Bambusa These hardy giant grasses grow thick and fast, making them one of the most popular privacy-creating plants around. Whether you want to add a lush look to your garden, create a wind break, sound barrier, hedge or create a tropical feel, ever-versatile bamboo is a no-brainer, and so is caring for bamboo...
  5. Balcony Gardens

    Balcony Gardens
    Plants will clean the air, humidify the atmosphere, screen ugly buildings, provide shade from the hot sun and give unending enjoyment to the gardener.

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