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Our current ferocious heatwave is enough to test the commitment of any gardener.
This is an excellent time of year to take cuttings of your favourite plants.
This plant family has some exotic members, and they are well suited to our climate.
Last week we experienced the coldest June night for 60 years in Sydney.
Sunday was a beautiful day to be in the garden!
August sees me pruning my garden, and planning changes.
I have vowed to look after my pot plants more diligently.
The beginning of a new year inspires plans for the next 12 months in the garden.
Some flowers have the characteristic of ageing gracefully over a long period, and these have great value in our gardens.
The subject of what to wear when gardening is an important one!
Some gentle grooming will prepare the garden for a renewed lease of life in early autumn.
Some of the most useful garden gadgets are simply recycled household objects.
Saturday was a perfect day to be in the garden.
A trip to the country shows the tenacity of some tough plants.
As one gets older, there is the need to rethink aspects of one's garden.
I have battled many plant thugs in my life!
Raking autumn leaves from my garden beds, I discovered some nice surprises.
Some plants improve with the years but others get worn out!
Growing plants from seed can be very rewarding.
The removal of some trees has created a new garden area.
The start of a new year can motivate us to reevaluate our gardens.
I am pondering on plants that cope with dry shade.
Growing fewer plants in a border can pay off.
Our new border has finally been planted out.
Thoughts on a low-maintenance border.
What to do when gardening becomes too difficult?
I am keen to grow more vegetables in my garden!
A friend has moved to a smaller garden.
Clutter can gather in a garden!
Time spent grooming the garden pays off.
Inspiration from two city gardens.
A new book helps identify friends and foes in the garden.
Plants can help remove toxic substances from our homes.
This is the time of year to be dealing with fallen autumn leaves!
This is a good time of year to divide congested plants.
I was once obsessed with rare plants.
In recent weeks, I have stripped some garden borders.
Recycling kitchen scraps benefits gardens.
Pinching can be a good thing.
I have given up the fight against some plants.
Handy hints from others improve our gardens.
A new book gives strategies for overcoming garden problems.
There is much we can do to attract beneficial insects to our gardens.
Plants need to be given enough space!
It is best to move plants in the cooler months.
There are lots of ways to outwit pests!
Big pests can be very destructive!
I've found more ways to endure winter!
I am holding off pruning my warm-climate plants for now.
Wearing glasses can be helpful!
Pot plants have much to offer.
Our gardens are always being edited.
My mother's garden has been hugely influential for me.
I am more unhappy than usual with my garden this winter!
There are many ways we can recycle!
This has been a busy week in the garden!
Leaf cuttings are intriguing!
Here are some seasonal tips!
I've learned a lot this summer!
I am dreaming of what I can do in autumn!
What would I tell my younger self about gardening?
We need to use safe ways to despatch weeds!
Gardening in winter can be a delight.
This time of year I am pruning - hard!
I recently learned tips on taking cuttings.
Moving plants in a crisis!
Spruce up the garden for a new lease of life.
How to keep our plants alive?
I have been in the garden early in the day!
Last summer taught me much.
This May has been perfect gardening weather.
There are lots of pruning jobs in winter!
I pop in a few plants for winter!
My ideas on this topic have changed.
I reflect on the year in my garden.
What we gardeners can do to help insects.
Recent rain has revived spirits.
There is a lot to cut back now!