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Hydrangea

  1. 14 cut flowers to grow in your garden

    14 cut flowers to grow in your garden
    There’s nothing like a vase of freshly-cut flowers and there’s nothing like growing the flowers yourself. Discover 14 flowers that make the cut.   1. Kangaroo paw Anigozanthos manglesii Colourful and distinctive, kangaroo paw is one of the most recognised and rewarding natives you can grow and it makes an excellent cut flower. Varieties like Bush Pearl and Bush Pizzazz flower...
  2. Clay soil

    Clay soil
    Clay soil is made up mainly of clay particles. On the positive side, clay soils are rich in nutrients. On the other hand, they can be difficult to dig and poorly drained, becoming waterlogged when wet and then cracking as they dry out during extended dry periods. If you are unsure about whether your soil is clay or not, there...
  3. Top 10 shrubs anyone can grow

    Top 10 shrubs anyone can grow
    There are shrubs that grow well and look good all year round, and need little in the way of care as they don’t attract pests and diseases and are not fussy about soil, pruning or feeding. These are the plants of choice for the bones of any garden. Here are my top 10 easy shrubs for Sydney gardens. All tolerate...
  4. Hydrangeas

    Hydrangeas
    These easy-going, exuberant plants provide weeks of colour in summer gardens and are long-lasting for use indoors too
  5. Hydrangea

    Hydrangea
    Hydrangeas have had a reputation for being old fashioned, but their popularity is experiencing a resurgence as a new generation of gardeners fall in love with these romantic blooms. Hydrangeas are hardy, easy to grow shrubs that happily tolerate shade and moist conditions. In fact, they tend to suffer sunburn in full sun and dry out in the wind –...

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