Posts tagged: nature

Bring National Tree Day home

For every hour we spend on an outdoor leisure activity, Planet Ark research shows that we spend seven hours in front of a screen,...   Read More

One indoor plant can improve air quality, study finds

Australia is famed for its great outdoor lifestyle, yet as temperatures dive the appeal of curling up indoors to wait out winter is hard...   Read More

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

Plastic Free July – are you up for the challenge?

With ABC’s Ban the Bag series captivating national attention earlier this year, and Woolworths and Coles recently announcing they will phase out single-use plastic...   Read More

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

The queen of colour with super vision

Concetta Antico‘s artworks are unmistakable. More than saturated with colour, they possess an intensity than borders on otherwordly. That’s not just because Concetta is...   Read More

12 composting tips

Composting is the act or process of organic substances decaying in a natural way into a rich soil. It is a practice that would...   Read More

Business Clean Up Day, Feb 28

Proving that one person really can make a difference, the Clean Up Day Australia juggernaut started with a simple idea to remove rubbish from...   Read More

10 water saving tips for your garden

Your garden can be one of the biggest water guzzlers on your property. To put it into perspective, of all the available water on...   Read More

The benefits of companion planting

Once the realm of hippy, trippy home gardeners, companion planting has gained acceptance right across the range, from backyard gardeners through to commercial agricultural...   Read More