KEY POINTS ABOUT FAW This introduced pest has the potential to destroy agricultural and horticultural crops and will also be found in gardens. The adult moth is nocturnal and can fly 100km in a night and up to 500km in its lifetime. Egg clusters can hatch in as little as […]
Treloar Roses have a fantastic selection of beautiful potted roses that can be pre-ordered online now with despatch to commence from late October. They have over 40 different varieties of colourful roses to choose from across many categories including Hybrid Teas, Floribundas, Ground Covers & Miniatures.
An outline of the fascinating stories in the October issue of Australian Garden History, the journal of the Australian Garden History Society covering the history of Queensland’s canefields, early illustrations of fungi and the question of the place the beauty of the Australian bush has in forming our cultural landscape.
A range of 100% natural products good for gardens and the environment For thousands of years, man has put nutrients back into the soil using animal manures and plant wastes often in unhealthy forms. We’ve come a long way since then! These days, the natural materials we choose to put […]
The Renmark Riverland Rose Festival is set to go ahead from Friday 16 October, 2020 to Sunday, 25 October, with the organising committee working hard to ensure the event is COVID-19 safe. This popular Festival has been held annually for 26 years and now grown to include all towns and […]
HMAA National Webinar Series To get the ball rolling… We’ve invited leading landscape designer and Chelsea Gold and Best in Show winner Phillip Johnson Phillip’s webinar is set for 7pm EST Thursday September 17 6.30pm in SA and 5pm in WA Duration: 30 minutess via Zoom. Phillip Johnson Webinar When: […]
On Tuesday next week Martin Horwood , Senior Biosecurity Officer, Greater Sydney Local Land Services, will give us an overview of the current NSW biosecurity act and also cover some of the recent pests and potential invaders that threaten Australian homes, gardens and the horticulture industry. Problems covered include varroa […]
In March, Roy Morgan data confirmed that at least 2.6M Australians garden weekly or more, making it one of our most popular pastimes Read how the interest in gardening has flourished in COVID times. Find out what generation is best to target and some ideas on how to reach them […]
Discover the stories behind Australia’s history through its gardens and the people who made them in the latest issue of the Australian Garden History journal, the quarterly publication of the Australian Garden History Society. The Society is celebrating its 40th anniversary year in 2020.