Garden Clinic Blog
Keep in touch with what we're doing, there's always something going on. Our team has been busy gathering interesting, helpful and exciting stories for
you to enjoy. Seasonal inspiration from our garden to yours.
28 July 2015 | Linda Ross
Hey you without a garden. Hanging plants are all the rage. Here are our favourite ways to get plants up to eye-level.
24 July 2015 | Libby Cameron
Is Tasmania the new Provence when it comes to producing the world's best lavender? Sacrebleu!
22 July 2015 | Linda Ross
Gardening is cheaper than therapy, and you get tomatoes! Today we reveal the science behind the claims.
15 July 2015 | Sandra Ross
It’s time to get those unruly roses under control. Winter is all about roses. Planting them, pruning them and disinfecting them with lime sulphur. Sandra
Ross shares the 5 things you need to know to make them happy, healthy, fragrant and fabulous.
11 July 2015 | Dan Wheatley
Live from the Queensland Garden Expo in Nambour, the Garden Clinic hits the road to bring you the good oil on what's growing in Queensland at everybody's
favourite garden show.
01 July 2015 | Linda Ross
If you happen to have a couple of kids running round the joint and you need to occupy/entertain/drench-them-in-much-needed-Vitamin-D during these school
holidays, we have little project for you that will get them outdoors and chomp through a day, max.
19 June 2015 | Linda Ross
Love children are usually conceived in a moment’s weakness . In the case of Liv Tyler (or should I say Elf maiden Arwen Undómiel), she has
become much more famous than her parents! Same story with this magnolia!
01 May 2015 | Brenton Jones
Graham Ross leads our experienced and inspiring team to help you create the garden of your dreams or just have fun dabbling in what we like to call - green
01 May 2015 | Graham Ross
We are all about muddy boots, dirty finger nails, growing food, picking posies, meeting people and having fun.
06 February 2015 | Linda Ross
Happy to single-handedly bring back Polyanthus, Linda shares her passion for all things retro, pretty and primula. And gets everyone in on the
05 February 2015 | Linda Ross
If there’s one flower that’s both shamelessly promiscuous and awkwardly shy, it’s the winter rose, or hellebore. She loves freezing cold temperatures,
the crisp frost and chilling air that comes with winter. I find it incredible that her delicate beauty can withstand such bone-crunching cold.