To keep perennial plants healthy, they should be pruned well in autumn.
GEOFF HICKS Rosemary is widely recognised as the main plant associated with ANZAC Day.
GEOFF HICKS Peas are suitable for planting out now.
GEOFF HICKS Planning for displays of flowering bulbs should be undertaken now.
GEOFF HICKS Bromeliads can provide much interest in the garden.
GEOFF HICKS Buckinghamia celsissima, commonly known as the Ivory Curl Tree is in full flower in local gardens at this time of the year.
GEOFF HICKS The horticultural pavilion at the upcoming 2017 Maitland Show provides an ideal opportunity for gardeners to observe plants, vegetables and flowers growing in local gardens.
GEOFF HICKS In the hot weather some native Australian plants are hardy, and ideally suited for our gardens.
GEOFF HICKS A number of vegetables require warmer soil conditions for their seeds to be able to germinate successfully.