Garden Clinic Blog
Lilies are flowering on cue, late spring and summer. Tall, elegant lilies standing on strong stems in the back of the border and delightfully fragrant. Small varieties are fantastic in pots. Lilies love morning sunshine with protection from strong afternoon sunshine.Read More
For 200 years, fresh beans have been the second most popular home-grown
vegetable in Australian gardens (after tomatoes). With low calories,
lots of protein, fibre, and packed with vitamin C, A and K,
beta-carotene, folate and potassium. But the best bit? There are
varieties for every situation.
Spring is perfect time to plant a citrus tree; lemon, lime, orange and mandarin. Not only do they look beautiful – with glossy green leaves, gorgeously fragrant spring blossom and winter fruit in warming colours that glow in winter light, but they also taste great.Read More
The mauve mantel of Jacaranda, the best-recognised of three late spring flowering trees, has been cast over our world. Jacaranda flowers so well in our latitude that many people think it’s a native plant. But that honour isn't ours!