Angie Thomas

Angie Thomas is a horticulturalist from Yates. She writes a monthly column on the company’s website about what what you should be doing in the garden during every month of the year. Visit their website, www.yates.com.au, to know more about Angie.

The opinions expressed in this article are the opinions of the author(s) and not necessarily those of Homeloans Ltd.


Articles by: Angie Thomas

Gardening tips for citrus season

Brightly coloured Washington Navel oranges are dripping from trees during winter. They’re sweet, juicy, easy to peel and seedless and make a fantastic citrus...   Read More

When is a donut healthy? When it’s a peach!

Donut peaches, sometimes called flat or angel peaches, have a flattened fruit with a pronounced dip in the middle, hence the name donut. There...   Read More

What to do in the garden in June

Cool winter weather is not an excuse to hang up the gardening tools! There is so much to do, with many winter garden jobs...   Read More

How to get your “apple a day” this May

Growing your own apples used to need a big backyard that had room for a large, spreading tree. Now there are varieties of apples...   Read More

5 tips for summer citrus care

We might be heading into the final month of summer, but February can still be scorching. Grabbing a few minutes in the garden early...   Read More

How to start the new year with a great garden

Hello 2016! As we drift back home from Christmas holidays, let’s look at what’s going on in the mid summer garden, what exciting (or...   Read More

November in the veggie patch

Things are hotting up in the veggie patch. Summer veggies are growing well, so keep watering and liquid feeding for a steady supply of...   Read More

Top tips for a luscious lawn

A lush green lawn really sets off your house and garden, and can keep your home cooler in the hotter months. Here’s how to...   Read More

A rose by any other name …

Spring roses are in full bloom across the country now, so enjoy the colours and scents that the gorgeous Queen of Flowers brings to our...   Read More

Spring in the veggie patch

It’s all go in the veggie patch during mid spring, so it’s important to keep up regular watering and liquid feeding to ensure plentiful...   Read More