deciduous trees

  1. Top plant choices for cool climate gardens

    Top plant choices for cool climate gardens
    Gardens in elevated and inland regions, such as west and north-west Sydney, the Blue Mountains and the Southern Highlands, enjoy cold winters with lots of frosty mornings. These chilly gardens don't suit the lush, subtropical plants that are favoured in coastal gardens. However, they are perfect for a wide range of cold climate plants, many of which are bare and dormant over...
  2. Colourful Autumn Plants

    Colourful Autumn Plants
    Autumn is all about colour as trees that have been green and lush all summer long reveal new and flamboyant personalities. Expect to enjoy flame-coloured leaves on maples, burgundy and red on grapevines and yellow on ash trees while crepe myrtles have their own cascades of yellow and gold. The plants that put on these amazing leaf colours are deciduous...
  3. Fruit Tree Pollination

    Fruit Tree Pollination
    Set up the perfect pollination balance to get the most out of your deciduous fruit trees.

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