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  1. Which Camellia is Best For You?

    camellia bush in flower
    Camellias make lovely container and tub plants, as well as handsome evergreen hedges. They're long-lived and free-flowering, and some are even scented!
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  2. Butterfly-Friendly Gardening

    hypolimnas native butterfly
    Butterflies are one of the magical transformations of nature - how does a crawling caterpillar become a shimmering floating pollinator? Encourage butterflies to your garden and help their numbers increase, with the plants you choose
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  3. Learn to Speak Plant - what plant names can tell us

    plant label at botanic gardens
    A lot of the time, a plant's botanic name can give us useful info about what it looks like, and behaves like. Even if, like most of us, you didn't do Latin or Greek at school, it's easy to pick up the main words. You'll begin to recognise them and before long you'll be speaking Plant!
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  4. Happy National Eucalypt Day

    National Eucalypt Day
    National Eucalypt Day 23 March. This week, go hug a gum - or at least thank it for the shade, shelter, and beauty it provides. There's over 850 types of Eucalypt native to Australia to choose from.
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  5. Happy St Patricks Day

    Happy St Patrick's Day
    St Patrick's Day is a great day to celebrate Irishness in all its many forms. And a big part of that is the green-ness of the country. Recreate some of that lush Irish greenery, with a smart choice of plants.
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  6. Which Plants Are Best for Autumn Colour?

    Which Plants Are Best for Autumn Colour?
    Our favourite deciduous trees and shrubs to give you autumn colour as the days cool and the nights lengthen. And for more tropical climates, our recommendations for evergreen plants with coloured leaves, for that toasty spice-coloured feeling.
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  7. How To Feed Your Native Plants

    How To Feed Your Native Plants
    Many Australian native plants evolved in very poor, dry, ancient soils which are low in mineral and organic matter. As a result they have adapted to grow best with low nutrient needs. Using native-specific fertilisers ensures your natives stay healthy.
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  8. Happy Lunar New Year

    Red lanterns for Lunar New Year
    Gong Hei Fat Choy - Happy New Year of the Ox! Each of the twelve zodiac signs has its own "lucky plants" - find yours here. Plant one and see if your fortune changes : at the very least, you'll get lovely flowers - and that's pretty good luck!
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  9. Our Favourite Natives

    Celebrating Our Favourite Natives
    To mark Australia Day, we asked some of the team here at Australian Plants Online to share some of their favourite native plants. Are any of our favourites, your favourites too?
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  10. Colour of the Year 2021

    Pantone colour of the year 2021
    Every year the hugely influential trend team at Pantone decide on a key colour, one that reflects leading fashion and style trends, and also one that reflects our current emotional mood. These colour trends show up in our homes, our cars, our clothes - and our gardens.
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