Posts tagged: flowers

Winter gardening tips

Winter can be a difficult time for plants and lawns, especially in particularly cold and wet regions. Waterlogged lawns, pest-riddled plants and frost-bitten leaves...   Read More

4 unique decorating tips

We all have a general understanding of what a well-decorated house looks like. Elegant table cloths, artwork on the walls, Turkish rugs in the...   Read More

What is your garden trying to teach you?

Flowers, plants and herbs in their myriad shapes, smells and colours lend their delicate beauty and aroma to any setting, but did you know...   Read More

Easy entertaining

While it still might be chilly in many parts of the country, the earlier sunrises and budding blooms confirm spring is definitely here. As...   Read More

Spring fever

A season of rebirth and renewal, spring is the time when gardens come alive and our social calendars start to heat up. For many...   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

Handy hints to prepare your garden for winter

Winter is a fabulous time to be outdoors if you’re a gardener – but for plants it can be a time when they need...   Read More

How to create an English garden down under

There’s no question about it – English gardens are truly beautiful. Full of variety, plenty of leafy greens and vibrant colour, and an unmistakable...   Read More

4 tips to encourage biodiversity in your garden

If you fancy yourself a bit of a green thumb, then you have most likely already heard about biodiversity and how important it is...   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