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  1. The 9 most popular native plants for Sydney gardens

    The 9 most popular native plants for Sydney gardens
    In the past, there was a firm belief that if you wanted to grow Australian native plants, you had to have a completely native garden. This was partly due environmental beliefs, partly aesthetic and partly because native plants were considered to have special growing requirements which didn’t mix well with other garden plants. Well, times have changed. Australian native plants...
  2. A guide to autumn hedge planting and maintenance for Sydney gardens

    A guide to autumn hedge planting and maintenance for Sydney gardens
    Hedges are often taken for granted  - but with a little bit of care and attention, they add a lush and lovely element to the garden. Hedges create shelter and privacy while also acting as a backdrop for other plantings - but proper hedge maintenance is essential for their ongoing survival. The best plant choices are dense, evergreen shrubs with...
  3. The complete autumn lawn care guide for Sydney gardens

    The complete autumn lawn care guide for Sydney gardens
    Autumn, while soils are still warm but conditions are becoming milder after the heat and humidity of summer, is an important time to look after the lawn. After a hot, dry summer, lawns may be brown with areas of bare soil. If the summer has been wet and humid, lawns may remain lush and green but can have problematic weed...
  4. Growing tropical fruit in Sydney: our 5 top tips

    Growing tropical fruit in Sydney: our 5 top tips
    There's nothing better in summer than fresh, juicy tropical fruit - especially if you've grown it yourself! No, you don't have to be a commercial grower on a beautiful Queensland plantation to reap a great harvest. It is definitely possible for you to grow your own tropical fruit, even in less-than-tropical Sydney. Here are our five top tips.   Influence...
  5. Short & sweet native shrubs

    Short & sweet native shrubs
    Australian native plants are making their way into a broad range of garden designs today. New cultivars have introduced a broader colour palette and the always interesting foliage and flowers of natives are back in vogue, especially when paired with contrasting plant groups in rambling, cottage garden styles. There are a huge range of compact native shrubs that make for excellent...
  6. November

    November
    November is ideal to freshen up your outdoors ready for summer entertaining in the garden. Add bursts of colour with flowering plants, or spruce up your outdoor furniture setting with new cushions and lanterns in cheerful summer colours.

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