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summer

  1. January

    January
    Enjoy some fun in the sun this month, but spare a thought for your garden! Don't forget to summer-proof by topping up mulch and help your garden beat the heat.
  2. February

    February
    It can be a tough time of year for your plants with soaring temperatures doing damage last month and now the rain and sticky humidity rolling in for February, bringing fungal pests with it. Read on for tips of keeping your garden ship-shape!
  3. December

    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.
  4. Summer flowering plants

    Summer flowering plants
    Looking to fill your garden with colourful summer blooms? You've come to the right place. We've put together a list of our favourite summer flowering plants for every type of garden.   Agapanthus (Agapanthus praecox) Many Australian councils have taken to planting Agapanthus (Agapanthus praecox in particular) in public areas, and they’ll be in full bloom over summer. The Agapanthus...

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