Are you currently honing in your inner DIY skills to tackle a home or garden project this Easter long weekend?
Easter is a great time to tackle a DIY project, particularly in the garden, as the weather is cooler, giving plants a better chance of establishing themselves before the cold winter months hit. Best of all, you have four (4) days to get the job done!
Keep us in the loop as you tackle your Easter project, we’d love to see what challenge your taking on, whether it be home or garden, tag us on social media with #easterdiy.
I only have a courtyard or balcony?!
Let us help you with that! Just because you have a smaller gardening space, doesn’t mean you can’t take on an Easter garden project. There are many space saving garden projects you can do, here are some of our favourites.
Small edible garden project ideas
Small flower garden project ideas
Small succulent and hardy plant garden project ideas
What Autumn flowers can I plant over Easter?
Autumn is a fantastic time to plant colour, some of the standout performers are tibouchinas, roses, orchids, cyclamen, daisies and pansies are all starting to showcase their colours. For a full guide of Autumn flowers refer to our regional growing guide.
What Autumn vegetables, herbs and fruit can I plant over Easter?
It really depends on were you live, North Queenslanders this is your time to SHINE in the vegetable garden, you can start planting tomatoes, melons, cucumber and basil. Whereas souther states, you need to be thinking about your winter ‘eats’ and planting beans, cauliflower, cabbage and sage. For a full guide of Autumn vegetable, herbs and fruit refer to our regional growing guide.
Have a wonderful Easter, be safe and remember to use the tag #easterdiy when your tackling your long weekend projects!