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Growing Carrots in Australia

how to grow carrot in your garden

Growing carrots in Australia is easy when you have the correct knowledge. Carrots are one of the few root crops that can be eaten raw or cooked! When to plant carrots The best time to plant carrots in Australia is spring, autumn and winter. Try and avoid cold and hot extremes unless your willing to give you carrots that little ... Read More »

Yearly Seasonal Gardening Australia Flower Garden by Temperate (Regional) Zone

Seasonal Gardening Australia Flowers Garden by Temperate (Regional) Zone header aboutthegarden.com.au

Successful gardening Australia flower garden is all about knowing what to plant in your Temperate (Regional) Zone NOW. Below are links to Seasonal Flower Planting Guide by Temperate (Regional) Zones in Australia, if in doubt talk to your local garden centre & nursery expert for further advice. Summer Flower Planting Guide There’s nothing like a little colour in the garden during Summer. Remember to mulch ... Read More »

Winter Grass Weed – How to Kill Weeds in Winter

clover and most lawn grass weeds need to be treated in winter

Winter is the ideal time to kill off various grass weed in your lawn before it reaches maturity and seeds. One grass weed produces 100,000 seeds! Did you know, fleabane is a problematic weed that spreads rapidly when left to seed, with one mature plant can produce over 100,000 seeds!   How to Kill Weeds in Winter As a rule, it’s best ... Read More »

5 Australian Natives for Winter Colour by Temperate Zone

the australian wattle is a native plant with beautiful yellow flowers that burst with colour during winter

Winter is the time when many Australian Natives SHINE! Bursting in vibrant colours that will bring a smile to the coldest face. So rub your frosty fingers together as we list our top 5 Australian Native picks for Winter colour by temperate zone. See if you can plant now! 1. Lechenaultia formosa The red form of Aussie native Lechenaultia formosa ... Read More »

How to Grow Pretty Winter Pansy

How to grow pretty winter pansies #flowers #colour #pasy #winter #aboutthegarden

There are few flowers more versatile or distinctive to the winter garden than the pansy. Available in just about any colour of the rainbow, their cheery faces are the perfect way to fill your garden with winter mirth.   Getting started Pansies can be planted from seed or bought as seedlings, including advanced seedlings that are already in flower. An ... Read More »

Six (6) David Austin Scented Winter Roses

Six (6) winter scented roses by david austin about the garden magazine

David Austin Roses are best described as ‘New Roses in the Old Tradition’. They combine the perfume, variety and charm of old fashioned roses with the recurrent flowering qualities and wider colour range of modern roses. The majority have strong, bushy shapes and can be grown amongst many other garden shrubs. The newer forms of David Austin Roses have been ... Read More »

How to Grow Beetroot

Growing beetroot in Australia vegetable garden #aboutthegarden

  Beetroot is great to have on hand and is so easy to grow, you’ll only wish you’d planted some sooner…  How to plant Beetroot is best sown as seed, although if transplanted carefully, seedlings will also develop well. Where to plant Beetroot will grow best in a loose, fairly sandy soil. They are not fussy however, and will also grow well in ... Read More »

Easy as! Strawberry Planter

Easy As planting up a strawberry planter #instructions #aboutthegarden

Don’t let having a limited space hold you back from trying your hand at home grown strawberries. Strawberries are great container growers, you can plant your crop in pots, hang in baskets, potting mix bags or even this specially designed strawberry planter bag! These strawberry bag planters are ideal for those with balcony or courtyard gardens, as they are light ... Read More »

How to Grow Organic Vegetables in Pots

Tips for growing australia vegetable garden in pots

Don’t let small spaces stop you from reaping the rewards of homegrown organic vegetables. With the advent of organic potting mix and fertilisers, you can now grow organic produce successfully in pots in just a few simple steps! Benefits of potted vegetables over garden beds Pots are easier to hand water than garden beds during periods of water restrictions, Easier ... Read More »