Cruden Farm

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s much-loved garden is on the brink of its big show as spring begins.

Dame Elisabeth Murdoch’s much-loved garden is on the brink of its big show as spring begins.
jobs

It's time to tackle the new season in the garden

It's time to tackle the new season in the garden
What's new

Linda shares what's new this spring

Linda shares what's new this spring
Thinking gardens

Here is Betty Maloney's pioneering Sydney bush garden.

Here is Betty Maloney's pioneering Sydney bush garden.
What's new

Bee houses, new clivia and the GC Plant Of The Year

Bee houses, new clivia and the GC Plant Of The Year
Join the club

Join the Garden Clinic Club today!

Join the Garden Clinic Club today!
Delicious

Jo Wright wowed us recently with this delicious ginger cake

Jo Wright wowed us recently with this delicious ginger cake
Meet Dave

Meet Dave Gray. Head Gardener at Everglades, Leura

Meet Dave Gray. Head Gardener at Everglades, Leura
Edibles everywhere

Delicious ideas seen on our travels this year.

Delicious ideas seen on our travels this year.
New upside

Singapore's first-ever Horticulture Show changed the game!

Singapore's first-ever Horticulture Show changed the game!
Video

VIDEO Sandra gives us the low down on caring for our orchids in winter.

VIDEO Sandra gives us the low down on caring for our orchids in winter.
GC Podcast

Linda talks about her all-time favourite flower, the frangipani

Linda talks about her all-time favourite flower, the frangipani
Blooms and brushstrokes

Uncover the stories behind some of our favourite floral artworks

Uncover the stories behind some of our favourite floral artworks
Meet Keith and Maureene

Meet funraising gardeners, Keith and Maureene Smith

Meet funraising gardeners, Keith and Maureene Smith
Meet Ros Loftus

Meet Ros Loftus of Riversdale, a National Trust property in Goulburn

Meet Ros Loftus of Riversdale, a National Trust property in Goulburn
Peonies

Sandra is mad for peonies

Sandra is mad for peonies
Travel

Here's a postcard from the garden world

Here's a postcard from the garden world

Garden Clinic Blog

Recipe: Triple Ginger Loaf

Recipe: Triple Ginger Loaf

Jo Wright is a keen baker (she’s notched up several wins the Royal Easter Show for her cakes!) an avid gardener, a treasured member of Garden Clinic, and for the last three years, has been the trusted baker of goodies for our garden classes. She wowed attendees at our recent Bees and Butterflies workshop with this delicious ginger cake. As we said our goodbyes everyone begged for the recipe. So here it is. Thanks for sharing it Jo!

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How to: brew compost tea

How to: brew compost tea

When I was a child all our neighbours and friends had a large tub - generally an old enamel washing machine tub - buried close to the vegetable garden. This was the ‘brew’ tub. Ingredients for the brew - compost, manures and seaweed - were widely discussed and benefits widely acclaimed. And it turns out these gardeners were onto something!

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In the garden: Retford Park

In the garden: Retford Park

Rick Shepherd, head gardener at Bowral’s grand Retford Park, dishes the dirt on what goes on in the garden in spring.


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Star of the Season: Jasmine

Star of the Season: Jasmine

The jasmine moment is a brief celebration. Grab hold, cut armfuls of it and drape it all over the house, because in a flash it’s all over til next year.


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Grow Carrots

Grow Carrots

The difference in flavour between supermarket and homegrown is most pronounced in the humblest of vegetables- potatoes, onions and carrots. Trust us, homegrown carrots are a revelation: sweet, spicy or earthy depending on the cultivar, but never bland.

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