Planting a garden in the middle of summer may seem like a crazy thing to do with all the heat and stress — but here’s some tips on how to get it right and beat the heat.
A new outbreak of a damaging exotic pest has rung alarm bells for the State’s horticulture growers.
There is nothing more stressful than leaving the garden for a week over the hottest part of the year. I almost go into panic mode wondering if all my hard work will go to waste when I’m on holiday.
A brand new mega-sized Bunnings opens in WA today, boasting national-first features and displays that give Ikea a run for its money.
Rebecca Le May
More of us are splashing the cash to get jobs done around the house, rather than rolling up our sleeves and doing them ourselves.
Everybody loves a plant-filled garden bursting with life and variety. But to get that you’ll need to spend a small fortune on individual plants. Or master the art of propagating the ones you have.
While gardening is a great way to escape the busyness of life, there are a few gadgets that can give you more time to switch off when it comes to maintaining the outdoors.
Perth’s exclusive western suburbs are abuzz as the release of tens of millions of sterile Queensland fruit flies begins in the final leg of an effort to eradicate the pest.
They take care in our harsh WA summer, but with these top tips you’ll keep these delicate ballerina-looking flowers happy for years.
As the weather heats up you’re more likely to see bobtail lizards roaming around your home. Sabrina Hahn shares how these friendly lizards live and what to feed them if you see them basking in the sun
Yvonne Newman has established an amazing garden around her house in Eighth Street, Wonthella.
They’re the trendiest thing in gardening right now and its easy to see why - they look great and they are good for you! But how do you help them to thrive? Who better to ask than Charlie Albone.
Getting my children outside and enjoying the garden with me is a real highlight. Here are a few tips to help get yours out and gardening.
As the temperature rises, and with summer just around the corner, preparing your garden now for periods of drought will help protect it all the way through the hot months.
Pinch Dash Glug’s Casey Lister turns to her garden to help create seasonal, fresh vegetarian recipes
With stock at local nurseries at an all time low, Sabrina Hahn says October is a great time to tend to other parts of your garden while you wait for them to be available again.
Be careful what you wish for when you plant nature’s Jekyll and Hyde.
Not all trees are suited to a small space, but there are a few that fit as perfectly into an urban garden setting just as much as they do in a large garden.
Tomatoes are easy to grow, delicious and the growing journey can involve the whole family.
Foliage, grasses, dried seed heads and even stems can be used to create striking arrangements, shares Sabrina Hahn.
Shrubs are scoffed at by some, but I think they offer fantastic structure to a garden, many flower and they are pretty low maintenance. Here’s why.
Ravensthorpe is getting ready to show off natural beauty of the region with visitors.
Spring is such a great time in the garden and for me it’s all about flowers and a riot of colour. But if you want to make the most of the season, winter is the time to start prepping.
The picturesque South West town is going ahead with its flower and garden festival with plenty of highlights to discover.
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