Knight’s Roses introduce a collection of New Age Landscape Roses to appeal to nature lovers – New Release for 2021 Bees’ Paradise® is a range of top performing landscape roses for professional use in parks and gardens as well as an exciting addition for home gardens. The four varieties from […]
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We are extending the deadline for entering the Joy Harland Photographic Competition by a further 10 days. The deadline for entries is now midnight on April 11. Voting will then start on April 12 and run through until April 23. Remember you can upload a maximum of five images and […]
Plant Selection, New Releases and Familiar Ozbreed Favourites HMAA member Ally Jackson, in her role of Communications and Business Relations at Ozbreed, will host a presentation on Plant Selection – the many applications of Ozbreed plants in the Contemporary Australian Landscape & New Release Plants and Familiar Favourites. Please register […]
HMAQ had a visit to NatureBank planned for 2020 but alas COVID shutdowns put a stop to this. I had not heard of NatureBank previously, so I got in touch and have since had the opportunity to visit a couple of times. I find the work they do fascinating. As […]
The Victorian government has announced that it will provide $2.8m to help fund the building of the Australian Garden. The garden was originally constructed at the Chelsea Flower Show in the UK where it was awarded Best in Show. Since that time designer Phillip Johnson has been seeking funding to […]
Planning for the World Rose Convention to be held in Adelaide, Australia, from 27 Oct. to 3 Nov. 2022 continues. We hope the global vaccination program currently underway will provide confidence to governments to enable international travel to resume later this year and into 2022. In Adelaide, we continue to […]
Learn how to take the best phone images of plants and landscapes and use the many features that iPhone and android phones provide, at a Zoom webinar with award-winning photographer and educator Dale Neill. Phone cameras are instant and mobile and the one hour online class, which is followed by […]
The shutdowns of 2020 prevented me from promoting my book, “Working With Weeds”. 2021 is a different story. This media release is about my first book, and a completely different approach to weeds. Instead of assuming all weeds are bad and must be eradicated, this book focuses on why the […]
Treloar Roses – Bolwarra Victoria, Australia’s largest rose production nursery is announcing the discontinuation of their famous printed colour catalogue. Treloar Roses have produced the annual publication for the last 55 years, starting with the first colour edition in 1966.
The January issue of Australian Garden History is now available and includes a guest editorial by Tim Entwisle, a profile on a South Australian garden that’s adapting to climate change, and Truby King’s garden near Wellington in New Zealand.