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.
If your house doesn’t look nice from the front, why would buyers bother going inside to see if it gets better? Garden guru Charlie Albone talks the importance of street appeal when selling your home.
Whether for eating or ornamental, there are hundreds of artichoke varieties around the world and they have been cultivated for centuries.
Greenwalls have become a stand-out feature, with high-impact and eye-catching designs really lifting an outdoor space... but should you go for a vertical garden or just turn to wisteria?
Use vines and creepers to provide bursts of flowers in the cold weather, outdoor landscape, writes Sabrina Hahn.
Growing vegetables can be a delight but not if you over or under-water your plants. Charlie Albone talks about how you can keep maintaining your veggie patch after you return to the office.
Climatic stress and a spreading fungus have taken a toll on the Australian species.
Enthusiastic western suburbs’ residents are helping to rid their area of Queensland fruit fly as the eradication program is ramped up.
A blooming garden is every green thumb’s dream. But if you don’t take the time to give your flowers the best chance, you’ll have a long wait before you can try again.
It may seem like a sleepy time in the garden but now is the chance to get the jump on spring
There isn’t much that can stump Better Homes’ Charlie Albone when it comes to plant care, which is good news for WA gardeners as the green guru has signed on as the Sunday Times’ new columnist.
Nature is full of wonderful and weird things including this odd growth our gardening expert found in her own backyard.
Forget fitness influencers or taking photos of your aesthetically pleasing meal, 2020 is the year of the “plantfluencer”.
These are the indoor and outdoor gardening jobs to tick off on your to-do list to ensure your plants thrive throughout the colder months of winter.
Dipper is declared the unofficial Pie-Minister for Australia's first ever National Pie Day as WA bakeries take out top spots in Official Great Aussie Pie Competition.
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Not only is it drought tolerant and frost resistant but when it flowers it can brighten even the dullest winter day. Can you guess what plant we’re talking about?
Gardening is a hobby that puts a smile in plenty of people’s faces, but is there scientific proof that dirt stimulates serotonin production, which makes people more relaxed and happier?
If the recent storms have wrecked havoc on your home, it is safe to say we haven’t seen the worst of them yet. Sabrina Hahn shares advice on how to save your trees from further damage after a downfall
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