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.[…]
Warm weather is great for deliciously healthy fruit salads… and you know what can be a nice addition to a fruit salad? Passionfruit! Not only is passionfruit great for fruit salads, but it can also be an added topping for a homemade cheesecake or Christmas pavlova. You may […]
Mother in Law’s Tongue, also known as Snake Plant, is a popular plant that can be grown both indoors and outdoors. It can look stunning placed in a pot on a desk, as a centrepiece for a table, or on the ground next to an entertainment unit. Its love […]
Ah, it’s that time of year again. A time of tentatively watching the skies, seeing the magpie swooping warning signs posted on poles and trees, and making amendments to the bike route. Most of us are familiar with the swooping of magpies, and many of us have probably fallen victim to a […]
You might have seen a neighbour’s gorgeous roses flowering and dreamed of having the same in your own garden. Although roses tend to be a bit trickier to grow from cuttings than some other plants, that doesn’t mean you need to throw out your dreams of growing roses from […]