Bromeliads are beautiful and interesting plants. With long, thin leaves that emerge from a centre point, and flowers available in a range of different colours, these plants are sure to turn heads! Want to learn how to grow bromeliads in your own garden? Read on to find out! Where do bromeliads come from? Bromeliads are […]
Gardens can be a great place for all people to learn, relax, and experience the beauty that nature has to offer. It’s important to ensure that a garden is safe for all of its visitors. When building a garden for children with disability, you should take measures to make sure that it is safe as […]
Frangipanis are spectacular trees. Their sweet, fragrant flowers appear from December through April, bringing a gorgeous scent to gardens all across the country. These trees are also great for offering shade. There’s nothing quite like sitting under a frangipani tree with a good book as the flowers cascade down around you! If you love frangipanis, […]
The land down under might have a well-established reputation for dangerous animals, but when it comes to poisonous plants, Australia is no different. Don’t be fooled by these seemingly harmless leaves and flowers – there are more than one thousand toxic plant species in the country, and they’re often just as pretty as they are poisonous. […]
Maybe you want a little privacy from the neighbours and passers-by. Or perhaps wish to section off part of the garden to create a unique living space. If you’re looking to screen part of the garden, one great way to do so is with screening plants!
Maybe you love the smell of lavender, or perhaps you love the aesthetic look of the plant and wish to add it to your garden. Whatever your reason for liking the plant, the good news is that growing lavender in Australia can be pretty easy to do!
Not only is it a simple plant to grow – even for the most beginner gardener – but it can also help to attract bees and butterflies to your garden. Lavender can be used as a colourful, fragrant hedge, a potted pop of colour for a front porch, or a sweet little indoor plant.[…]