Star summer agastache

Star of the season: Agastache

Star of the season: Agastache
March jobs

It's time to get busy this March

It's time to get busy this March
How to chocolate

Want to grow your own chocolate?

Want to grow your own chocolate?
In my garden Mickey

Mickey's Camden garden is as beautiful as it is productive

Mickey's Camden garden is as beautiful as it is productive
What's new

What's new? Linda’s new love, Fleur nuir!

What's new? Linda’s new love, Fleur nuir!
Join the club

Join the Garden Clinic Club today!

Join the Garden Clinic Club today!
Delicious

Fabulously fresh garden pea risotto is just the ticket for spring

Fabulously fresh garden pea risotto is just the ticket for spring
Meet Geogie

Meet Georgina Reid, storyteller and gardener

Meet Georgina Reid, storyteller and gardener
Homegrown

It's time for peas in the vegie patch

It's time for peas in the vegie patch
Subtropical

Arno King's subtropical kitchen garden this summer

Arno King's subtropical kitchen garden this summer
Video

VIDEO Linda looks at plants you can grow in a jar of water

VIDEO Linda looks at plants you can grow in a jar of water
GC Podcast

Linda chats with Matt & Lentil about the release of their new book

Linda chats with Matt & Lentil about the release of their new book
How to Ikibana

How to: style an ikebana

How to: style an ikebana
Meet marianne farrer

Meet Marianne Farrer, The Secret Garden and Nursery

Meet Marianne Farrer, The Secret Garden and Nursery
Meet Matt

Meet Matt Purbrick, village life enthusiast

Meet Matt Purbrick, village life enthusiast
Picardy

Take a peak at Marian Somes' garden Picardy

Take a peak at Marian Somes' garden Picardy
Travel: Chelsea

Garden festival planner: Chelsea Flower Show

Garden festival planner: Chelsea Flower Show

Garden Clinic Blog

Getting ready for Tomato Time

Getting ready for Tomato Time

It's time to get ready for tomato planting. Autumn is the absolute best time of year to get prepared, feed the soil, prepare beds and growing structures and raise seeds to plant out as seedlings in spring

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Meet the giant Camellia family

Meet the giant Camellia family

The camellia is the queen of winter, unrivalled for glamour, yet she is down to earth, easy to grow and long-lived especially when you treat her just right. With thousands of camellias to choose from there is one for every spot in your garden – including pots! Here we explain the different types and share some troubleshooting advice.

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Roses at Red Cow Farm

Roses at Red Cow Farm

Seduced by the colour, forms and perfumes of roses, Ali Mentesh has already collected some 200 to adorn the garden rooms at Red Cow Farm. Here Ali discusses the seven he chose to stand out.

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How to Make Magic Mix

How to Make Magic Mix

At a Garden Clinic class held at Honeysuckle Nursery in Mosman we wondered aloud at all the plants bursting with health and vitality, with shiny, glossy leaves and so much energy they seemed about to leap off the shelves. The answer? This Magic Mix!

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Bugwatch: Aster Yellows

Bugwatch: Aster Yellows

The Aster Yellows virus has recently been detected in NSW and Victorian gardens. Plants affected by this easily-transmitted virus should be disposed of, not composted. Here's how to recognise the symptoms.

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