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  1. Top 10 edibles to grow on your balcony

    Top 10 edibles to grow on your balcony
    Living in an apartment or small home without space for a garden doesn’t mean growing your own food isn’t possible. Most plants, including edibles, can grow happily in a pot on a balcony or in a courtyard. Pots can be placed on hard surfaces or suspended from railings or walls. If there’s a little more space, grow a few vegetables...
  2. Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)

    Spathiphyllum (Peace Lily)
    Spathiphyllum (Spathiphyllum commutatum) is a classic indoor plant grown for its lush green strappy leaves and long-lasting white flowers. The flowers are spathes and consist of a large white ‘petal’ that wraps like a hood around a central spike or spadex. The flowers are held on stiff stems above the green leaves and last for weeks. They can occur throughout...
  3. Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous

    Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous
    Loropetalum Plum Gorgeous certainly lives up to its name with its stunning year-round plum foliage. But spring and autumn is when it really comes into its own, with its showy swathes of magenta, tassel-like flowers. Naturally dense and compact, this versatile shrub can be almost anything you want it to be. Grow it in a pot, plant in your garden...
  4. Growing bulbs in pots

    Growing bulbs in pots
    Autumn means bulb planting! This season, why not plant your bulbs in a pot, so that once blooming, the pot can be brought inside for short stints, for an indoor flower display unlike any other! How to pot up bulbs step-by-step Choose your pot Keep in mind your goal is to bring your pot of bulbs indoors for brief periods...
  5. Caring for fiddle-leafs & other indoor figs

    Caring for fiddle-leafs & other indoor figs
    Fiddle-leaf fig (Ficus lyrata) is a stylish and desirable indoor plant. This ornamental fig grows well in a large container positioned in a brightly-lit spot in your home. While it is important for the plant to have lots of light, don’t allow it to sit in hot, direct sunlight, which can burn the leaves. Also keep the plant away from air-conditioners...
  6. Pick of the proteas

    Pick of the proteas
    Proteas have existed for over 300 million years, making them one of the oldest groups of flowering plants in the world. Despite their ancient roots, they look beautifully modern in any garden. They’re also low care, make great cut flowers, are bird attracting and share the same care needs as our own Aussie natives. Discover the most popular protea varieties...
  7. Hebes

    Hebes
    A little bit about hebes Hebes are like that smart suit you own that can be dressed up and made to look pretty or left plain but neat. Hebes are neat, tidy plants that don’t demand much care or attention. Most grow around 1-1.5m high and wide, with a naturally rounded shape and small, dense leaves. They are extremely pretty...
  8. Polygala

    Polygala
    A little bit about polygala If you’re looking for a small, compact, fast-growing, colourful and hardy shrub, polygala ticks all the boxes. For most of the year, you’ll find polygala awash with eye-catching pink or purple petals, making it perfectly suited to mass planting with a splash of colour. It also makes a brilliant border plant and with its compact...
  9. Growing pansies

    Growing pansies
    One look at their bright, happy faces explains their popularity.

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