Groundcovers are fantastic plants for Australian gardens. They are low maintenance workhorses that carry out multiple jobs in the garden. If you're thinking of mass planting groundcovers, do it the easy way with our tubestock plants - cheaper, and much less effort! Here's how
Spring is here and our gardens are waking up after their winter snooze. Some are almost presentable the moment they awake, whereas others need a bit more work to get them looking schmick. If you spend only ten minutes a day in your garden, you can make a real difference with little effort.
The fastest-growing screening plants are not hedges, they're climbers. If you want a really speedy solution to cover an eyesore, block out the neighbours, create almost-instant shade - then climbers are your perfect plants.
Everyone loves daisy flowers. They are the first flowers we draw when we are learning to hold a crayon - a round yellow centre, a loop of petals, a long green stem. Here we look at some of the daisy's relatives, to give you the classic look on a bigger scale.
Many of us live in urban or suburban streets, where outdoor space is at a premium. Which native trees will fit into these tight spots? We've selected some of our favourite native small trees to squeeze into your garden, however small the space.
Many of us live in towns and cities, where outdoor space is tight. These man-made locations are the very places that need trees the most, to bring cooling shade. Which trees will are small enough to fit? We've selected some of our favourite small trees to suit the space.
We dashed out between rainshowers to take photos of all these flowers, in our own nursery, on one day in July - to show you what you could be enjoying in your own garden in the midst of winter. We even caught a tiny butterfly sunning its wings!
If you live in the hinterlands, ranges, or down in the southern states, you'll know it can get pretty chilly in winter. Here's how to make sure your plants get through the cold in their best condition.