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Spring Herb, Fruit & Vegies Planting Guide By Regional Zones

Australia Spring herb, fruit and vegetable growing guide by regional zones #aboutthegarden

What vegetable plants, herbs and fruits will grow in your garden this Spring? Have no idea? Then refer to our regional zone planting guide! It’s so easy, just locate your  zone on the map and discover all the vegetable plants, herbs and fruits you can be enjoying at the kitchen table! Happy Spring Gardening! Subtropical (includes: South-east Qld & Northern NSW) HERBS – ... Read More »

Part 1: Growing Aussie Bush Tucker

PART ONE How to grow Aussie Bush Tucker #lemonmyrtle #Roseleafraspberry #wattle #aboutthegarden

Bush tucker plants are the new vogue in Australian cuisine — a 
few species have even sky rocketed to worldwide fame. There are possibly thousands of edible plants in Australia and each state and climate zone has its own endemic species. Here are some of the more popular and accessible of our indigenous edibles and how to grow them in ... Read More »

Part 2: How To Grow Potted Lemon Trees

part two how to grow lemon trees in pots Australia

As housing blocks become smaller, potted lemon is becoming an excellent option for homeowners to still enjoy homegrown produce. In Part 1: How to Grow Potted Lemon Tree, we looked at some general information on how to get started (such as pot selection etc), here is further advice to help you get the most from your potted lemon tree.  Select ... Read More »

How to grow gorgeous geraniums

how to grow geraniums #aboutthegarden

With so many amazing plants in garden centres today, it can be easy to forget some of the most obvious choices. Geraniums flower beautifully, keep a lush appearance in some of the hottest, driest conditions, are elegant in pots and can be the mainstay of low-maintenance gardens. With the recent geranium revival, it’s time to give the humble geranium a ... Read More »

Part 1: How to Grow Potted Lemon Trees

part one how to grow lemon trees in pots

There could be few things more convenient than a lemon tree growing right on your doorstep, producing delicious, vitamin-packed fruit every winter to stave off coughs and colds. Modern cultivars bear prolific fruit on trees small enough to spend their entire life in a pot, so even gardeners restricted to a courtyard or balcony need not be denied their own ... Read More »

How to grow winter Japonica Camellias

growing winter camellias

At the coolest and quietest time of year in the garden, the winter-flowering japonica camellia can brighten your home with its gorgeous, yet stately blooms. They’re long-lived, too, so planting one today can bring a lifetime of lovely winters.   The right pH for camellias Camellias are famous for being ‘acid-loving’ plants, which means they dislike
soils with a pH higher ... Read More »

Seven (7) Culinary Winter Herbs

Herbs that will make your home cooked meals taste amazing!

Add flavour to those winter dishes with delicious herbs grown from your garden. 1. Bay tree (Laurus nobilis)
 This is great grown in a large tub or in the garden. It responds well to pruning so is also great in hedging and topiary. Has a handsome pyramid shape when left unpruned. Its aromatic, evergreen leaves are an essential ingredient in ... Read More »

Eight Tips for planting bare rooted deciduous trees

Top Tips for planting bare rooted dicidious trees during winter #aboutthegarden

The rows of bare rooted trees in cool climate nurseries at this time of year can seem rather unglamorous. Looks, however, can be deceiving. In fact, many gardeners refuse to plant at any other time, greedily anticipating the cool season when we have some of the finest jewels of the plant world at our fingertips. Here are eight (8) tips ... Read More »

Winter Flowers Planting Guide by Regional Zones

Winter Flower Guide by regional zone aboutthegardenmagazine

What colour will grow in your garden this Winter? Have no idea? Then refer to our regional zone planting guide! It’s so easy, just locate your  zone on the map and discover all the colour you can be enjoying.  Happy Winter Gardening! Subtropical (includes: South-east Qld & Northern NSW) FLOWERS – before spring, fertilise roses with Searles Rose & Flower Food ... Read More »

Winter Herb, Fruit & Vegies Planting Guide By Regional Zones

Winter fruit and vegetable #Autumnplanting by regional zone aboutthegardenmagazine

What will grow in your garden this Winter? Have no idea? Then refer to our temperate zone planting guide! It’s so easy,  just locate your  zone on the map and discover all the delicious produce you can be enjoying.  Happy Winter Gardening! Subtropical (includes: South-east Qld & Northern NSW) HERBS – plant chamomile, comfrey, dill, garlic bulbs, lavender, lemon balm, marjoram, mint, oregano, ... Read More »