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Growing Garden Peas

How to grow Garden Peas in Australia #aboutthegardenmagazine.ind

A cool season favourite, peas are great whether they are eaten raw or cooked up in an Asian stir-fry. Both snow peas and garden peas are delicious, have similar growing requirements and are easy to grow. They are the ultimate winter treat. Being a climber, snow pea and pea plants will need a trellis to grow onto. It’s easiest to ... Read More »

Indoor Plant Problem Solver and Care Guide

Indoor Plant Problem Solver and care guide #indoorplantproblemso

Using plants to furnish your home is a great way to introduce green life into indoor areas. However, as with gardening outdoors, some consideration needs to be given in selecting the appropriate plants to suit the varying climates within the home. Hot spots Many homes have a room which experiences very hot conditions in summer, especially in the afternoons. This ... Read More »

Best Indoor plants to create an indoor garden sanctuary

Indoor Garden Ideas Indoor Plants #indoorgardens #aboutthegarden

Indoor plants to create an indoor garden sanctuary For the past decade we have been taking the indoors outside, now is the time to bring the outdoors inside by creating an indoor garden sanctuary. Enjoy the benefits of nature’s greenery from the comfort of your home no matter what the weather holds outside. Healthy indoor plants create a special ambience ... Read More »

Fig Crumble Dessert Recipe

Fig Crumble dessert #recipe #garden #aboutthegarden.com.au.indd

Fig Crumble Dessert Try fig crumble as an alternative to the more traditional apple crumble. As the cooler nights start to set in whip up this dish to warm the soul.  Ingredients Filling 8 – 10 Figs Castor sugar Crumble topping 1/2 cup self raising flour* 1/2 cup brown sugar 60g butter Walnuts *Self raising flour gives the dish a more puffy ... Read More »

Fig and Blue Vein Cheese Starter

Fig Blue Vein Cheese Starters recipe #garden aboutthegarden.com.

Fig & Blue Vein Cheese Starter This quick starter takes no time to prepare when guests are about to arrive. The combined fresh flavour of the fig and strong sharp tang of the Blue Vein cheese make it perfect also to serve after the main course.  STEPS 1. On halved figs, top with a wedge of blue cheese and roasted ... Read More »

Fragrant Plants for Summer Gardens

Best fragrant plants flower in summer in Australia #aboutthegard

The long days of summer are often seen as an opportunity to escape from the heat with cool walks along the beach, casual barbecues with friends and a time to admire all the hard work you’ve put into the garden earlier in the year.  Creating welcoming and cool places in our gardens to be enjoyed by the whole family is ... Read More »

Searles Flourish Liquid Plant Food Fertiliser

Searles Liquid Plant Food Fertiliser for Healthy Gardens in Aust

Searles Flourish Liquid Plant Food delivers nutrients rapidly to grow BIG beautiful plants. Searles Flourish® is a blended complete liquid plant food which is formulated to premium specifications and can be used on any plant type in your garden. It provides plants with fast acting nutrients to ensure better growth, flowering and fruiting. Recommended by experts and loved by gardeners • Boosts blooms, ... Read More »

Best plants for gift giving

Best plants for gift living #aboutthegardenmagazine.indd

Living Gifts…gifts that keep on giving Stuck for a long lasting gift for that special friend or loved one? A fresh, prettily presented new plant is a wonderful option. Whether your friend is an inexperienced gardener or a seasoned green thumb, a plant can literally breathe new life into their living environment. Quick tip: When picking flowering plants for a ... Read More »

How to grow Salvias in Australia

Salvias savy planting care in Australia Go Go Scarlet #abouttheg

If you’re looking for plants that flower all year round with the minimum of care, then read on. There are over 500 members of the salvia family and all of them are sensational in the sun. Salvias are classified as annuals, biennials, perennials and herbaceous shrubs. They are rugged plants which grow equally well in rubbly clay or friable loam, ... Read More »

Best pink flowering plants in Australia

Best Pink Flowering Plants in Australia #aboutthegardenmagazine.

Pink within the garden is a happy and vibrant colour, whether it be pale pink, strawberry pink or hot cerise, it is always welcome and planted often at my place. The colour pink is now the known colour for Breast Cancer Awareness. The month of October each year has seen millions of dollars raised over the years for breast cancer ... Read More »