Jewels of the garden

Jewels of the garden

There are not many more forgiving or versatile plants than Grevilleas. With bold, colourful and somewhat bizarre flowers, they stand out in the garden.
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Cool weather classics

Cool weather classics

If you want something that lasts longer than a bunch of cut flowers, you can't beat a beautiful flowering cyclamen for the cooler months of the year.
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Grow your best ever roses

Grow your best ever roses

Getting the best from your roses starts at the beginning, with choosing the right varieties and planting them with the best possible care.
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Grow daphne

Grow daphne

A single sprig of daphne can fill a room with perfume. Such powerful fragrance on a small evergreen shrub is especially precious in mid winter!
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Go nuts!

Go nuts!

You may only have space for one kind of nut, but the good news is that nut trees give us more than just nuts. They also provide shade, shelter and beauty.
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Plant a wall of fruit

Plant a wall of fruit

How to have it all when your outdoors is only small!
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Grow citrus

Grow citrus

No wonder citrus trees are so popular. With their cheerful winter colour, delicious health-giving fruit, glossy evergreen leaves, fragrant blossoms, a lovely shape and not too large. What more could we want from a tree?
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Seven ways to grow apples in a small garden

Seven ways to grow apples in a small garden

The fresher the fruit, the crunchier, sweeter and more nutritious it is. The best way to eat an apple is straight from the tree. Autumn is harvest time and it's also the very best time to plant a new apple tree.
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Autumn inspiration


Soul food

Soul food

Autumn is planting time for the nutrient-dense vegetables that sustain us through winter and early spring.
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The sweet promise of spring

The sweet promise of spring

Take some little brown bulbs and plant them in some well-drained soil. In just a few months time nature's little brown parcels will morph into a magnificent bloom.
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Know your onions

Know your onions

Even if you don't have the space to grow your own supply of fat brown bulbs, you need never be without an onion alternative. Its flavour and health benefits abound in a whole family of easily accommodated plants.
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Grow silverbeet

Grow silverbeet

Humble hero - the virtues of a great kiwi standby.
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Inspiration for Kids

A quarterly mini magazine for children containing colour projects and puzzles to encourage the next generation of gardeners. FREE bonus Yates Seed with each issue

Soil huggers

Soil huggers

One of the best things we can do for our soil is to keep it covered, preferably with plants.
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Cool classic

Cool classic

A bit like the black dress, the 'white garden' has a crisp elegance that never goes out of fashion. Its quiet simplicity comes to life in shady areas and at night when the flowers shine out in the moonlight.
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Garden in Winter

Garden in Winter

The last summer's crops have been picked and the veges we planted in autumn are looking good. Much of the garden will soon be sleeping but that doesn't mean we have to hibernate indoors
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Grow feijoas

Grow feijoas

Feijoas thrive in New Zealand gardens. Find out how easy it is to produce bumper winter crops in your own garden, and which varieties might be right for you & we've a muffin recipe too!
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