January

January in the Garden Get your garden into shape

What better way to get your garden and health back on track and into shape then by sowing delicious leafy greens for those summer day salads.
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Bringing peace indoors

Peace, especially in our homes can be a good New Year's resolution – so it may be time to try a Peace Lily or a Peace in the home plant.
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Celebrating Summer with Edible Floral Popsicles Edible popsicles

These floral popsicles fresh from the freezer treats are almost too pretty to eat.
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Pots of flavour in small spaces Container Gardening

You don't need acres of garden to grow fresh salads and veggies. All you need is a balcony, patio or a postage-stamp of a garden, some good-quality terracotta pots, the right growing medium and a watering can, and you're A for away. 
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Watering your orchids Watch here!

Watch here!
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Touch-me-not – New Guinea Impatiens

New Guinea Impatiens are part of the genus “impatiens”, which will come as no surprise to most, is Latin for “impatient”.
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How to deal with flies

Symptoms Human illness from contamination What does this mean for me/my plants? Should you not wash your fruit or veggies before you use them, you could run the risk of being contaminated by disease, which flies leave behind, from decomposing organic materials.
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Hebe Sunset Boulevard (Hebe x speciosa)

Hebe Sunset Boulevard flowers heavily with bright purple and pink, from spring far into the summer.
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Philodendron Hope

This no-nonsense, easy care plant is an indestructible that filters indoor toxins from the air.
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How to grow and get your 5-a-day

Summertime is the most celebratory season of all. The days stretch happily into the night and the sun rises earlier.
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January 2019 in your garden

Another new year, and there are 365 gardening days ahead so let’s get to it, and get up and garden!  
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Wooly Grevillea (Grevillea lanigera ‘Mount Tamboritha’)

Grevillea is an attractive, dense growing, low shrub which is a fuss free specimen to use in the garden.
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Groundcover Rosemary (Rosmarinus prostratus ’Tony’)

Rosmarinus officinalis is the ‘smart’ name for good old Rosemary…the herb responsible for the delicious scent when paired with roast lamb.
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Philodendron ‘Xanadu’

Excellent, fast growing compact shrub. Serrated green leaves with red veins, when older.
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Duranta Compact Yellow

Creates bright colour contrast in landscapes and is an excellent low or medium height hedge or topiary.
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Bouganvillea varieties

Very showy in the summer months and creates an effective screen/barrier requiring minimal care Full sun or very light shade is best for good flowering and growth.
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Create an indoor jungle paradise – with the lovely delicious monster (Monstera deliciosa)

The new style everyone loves for their interiors is a show of exciting jungle leaves.
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Duranta repens ‘Gold mine’

This versatile shrub grows in the full sun and semi-shade. It is ideal as a hedge or as a filler plant in garden beds.
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Little Giant Papyrus (Cyperus papyrus ‘Little Giant’) Little Giant Papyrus

Little Giant Papyrus
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Elephant Ear (Colocasia esculenta) Elephant Ear

Elephant Ear
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