Summer's here and it's time to tackle those January jobs.
Considering strategies for better health and wellbeing this New Year? Put this resolution at the top of the list: spend more time in the garden!
Gardeners might be seeking the shade, but the salvias and daylilies are still shrugging off the heat and blooming with abandon.
Enjoy the sounds of summer - the thrum of cicadas, the bass bop of frogs and the thump of fireworks in the distance.
Swap the work boots for thongs this month! It’s too hot for anything but lazing in the garden with a cool drink.
Take a break from winter’s pruning to make new plans for the garden. Check old issues of the GC Journal for ideas and inspiration.
It might be mid-winter but there's plenty to admire in the garden - and plenty to do.
Three hundred 'Sky High Scarlet' tulips from Van Diemen's Quality Bulbs have just gone into the front garden of Garden Clinic headquarters. Thank you Sandra!
After a rampant growing season, early winter offers an opportunity to restore a little order. Sharpen those secateurs!
Early winter brings spade work – dividing perennials, lifting dahlias and planting bare-rooted roses and tree. Sharpen up the edge of the tool first to
make the work easy.
We dig winter! It's time to divide perennials, lift dahlias and plant bare rooted roses and trees.
Can’t wait to get into the garden? Here’s what to do with a few minutes or a lovely long day.
As seed heads swell and autumn harvest peaks, it's a great time to collect seeds from everything you love.
It's beautiful weather for gardening and prime time for planting. There's enough warmth in the soil to give plants a flying start.
Midday temperatures might scorch like summer, but there is a brisk feel to a March morning, and a subtle change in the light that tells us autumn really
Visit open gardens for the last of autumn’s fiery show this month - and don’t forget to spend some time in your mum’s garden for Mother’s Day.
Last chance to catch the spectacular show of autumn foliage in cool season gardens. Plan a trip to highlands or mountains. Ask your mum to come along!
Blue skies, purple shadows and gentle golden light make gardeining in the afternoons pure pleasure.
Crepe myrtle is wearing its autumn colours; Japanese maples are dressed in lacy jackets, and the camellia are a mass of froth and bubble: May is a ball.
We are falling in love with roses all over again as their buds swell and unfurl in the sun.
Subtropical plants join the spring rush this month: bananas, gingers and cannas leap into the show.
Make time this month to check out spring’s garden and flower festivals. You’ll be inspired!
With roses and wisteria in full bloom, it's a great time to go garden visiting.
Take a wander in a national park to see wildflowers in their spring glory. It’s a garden out there.
It's time to jump into those mid-spring jobs and get the garden ready for the hot weather ahead
Jacarandas are budding up for their spring show: we’re looking forward to cruising around Sydney Harbour and taking in their glory.
A blaze of colour in the flower beds and discarded jumpers on the grass: this is what we love about being in the garden in spring!
Autumn's bulb planting is paying off big time - enjoy the show!
Can't wait to get in the garden? Here's what you could do with a few minutes or a lovely long day.
Spring is here and there's plenty to do. Here Elizabeth Swane talks about what's happening in her spring garden.
Magnolias, hellebores and Camellia reticulata are still blooming: lovely leftovers from a long winter.
The winter chill is beginning to wane, things are heating up for spring in the garden. It's time to
shift up a gear and get the garden ready
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