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South African flora offers Sydney gardeners many easy-to-grow plants.
During the winter months, I really appreciate the evergreen shrubs which give structure to my garden.
Berry-bearing plants can bring colour into our autumn and early winter gardens.
We are very lucky to be gardening in Sydney, where a host of winter-blooming plants can cheer us through the dreary days of June and July.
Plants with dramatic shapes can provide form and interest during the winter months.
Golden foliage can brighten up a gloomy winter's day.
My stay amidst an Italian garden!
My visit to a 16th century Italian garden in Viterbo.
An amazing 16th century garden.
Raking autumn leaves from my garden beds, I discovered some nice surprises.
I pay homage to some of the quiet achievers in difficult spots in the garden.
At the moment I have some interesting species Fuchsia specimens in bloom.
There are many flowers which bloom in winter in Sydney, cheering us on cold days.
Recently I attended the Chelsea Flower Show in London for the first time.
During my recent holiday, I visited an amazing Italian garden.
Two amazing gardens on Lake Como resulted from political rivalry.
This is a good time of year to divide congested plants.
I was once obsessed with rare plants.
This is the time of year to enjoy Camellia flowers.
Gardeners love to visit other gardens!
Scented plants come to our aid in winter!
Big pests can be very destructive!
There are lots of pluses about winter!
A holiday always reveals new plants!
I am more unhappy than usual with my garden this winter!
Flowering bulbs can cheer up cold days.
Gardening in winter can be a delight.
There are lots of pruning jobs in winter!
I pop in a few plants for winter!
These plants grow to perfection here!
Some lovely June flowers!
Silver foliage can be so useful in the garden.
Citrus fruit give bright colour in winter.