Six beautiful new varieties will be available from Treloar Roses in 2018, all bred by the world’s most reputable rose breeder W. Kordes’ Söhne of Germany. This is a very exciting time for roses with Kordes leading the way in producing healthy, disease tolerant roses. This is matched with the […]
Eden Gardens is thrilled to announce a final work to be added to Eden Unearthed, which is the largest exhibition of privately funded temporal art in Australia, titled LOVE.
The inaugural Sydney Gardening Show was held at Rosehill Racecourse in early September 2017. HMA NSW members Toni Salter, Steve Falcioni, Judy Horton and Phil Dudman all took part in the popular talks program. They were joined on one of the various stages by Jeremy Critchley (HMA NSW) from The Green […]
Supermarket demands for premium, unblemished fruit and vegetables are contributing to alarming waste in Queensland’s tomato growing industry, according to a University of the Sunshine Coast (USC) study. Researchers followed two supply chains from Bundaberg, one of Australia’s largest tomato growing regions, and found up to 87% of undamaged, edible […]
The debates have raged, the discussions have been passionate, some tough decisions have been made and finally, New Zealand Flower & Garden Show is delighted to announce the results from this year’s event. The Best in Show winners are: Best in Show: The Beekeepers Hobbit Hole, Hobbiton Horticultural Excellence: The […]
We were saddened to hear of the death of Rudi Fabian in the UK in late November 2017. Rudi, a Life Member of HMA NSW, was a major contributor to HMA NSW, HMAA and to the nursery industry. Rudi grew up on what was then the outskirts of northern Sydney […]
New data released today by Hort Innovation and Nursery & Garden Industry Australia (NGIA) has shown Australia’s thriving green life businesses produced an estimated $2.29 billion of green life in 2015-16.
In the 1800s, farmers cultivated mushrooms in abandoned quarries underneath the French capital. Within these catacombs, in dark, cavernous chambers, farmers once cultivated a button mushroom variety that bears the name of the French capital: the Paris mushroom. While locals have used the natural limestone resources since Gallo-Roman times, it […]
The HMAA AGM was held on 19 Oct via a phone link. During the AGM a motion was moved to integrate HMA News online with a new website that would incorporate a national database of members as part of the one Association. The HMAA Executive acknowledges that this process will […]
The typical residential and commercial landscape projects seen at previous Landscaping Victoria Industry Awards were this year upstaged by a unique wetland restoration project with the prestigious ‘Landscape of the Year’ being awarded to Australian Ecosystems for their Armstrong Creek, Connewarre project. Brendan Condon, Director of Australian Ecosystems, and his […]