Summer in the Garden

Diane Beddison provides expert garden advice for summer – what to grow and how to keep it growing in harsh summer conditions.

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Spring into Gardening

Spring is a time to get busy in your garden. It’s a time for planting, pruning, feeding and mulching. And with warmer weather on the way, spring is a wonderful time to be in your garden.

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Winter in the Garden

Diane Beddison has advice about what to do in your garden over winter. It’s a good time to prune your roses and look at your garden structure. It’s also a good time to see whether you can find some winter flowering plants like Luculia gratissima to brighten up the dormant months.

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Wildlife Gardening

Whatever your gardening style you can nudge your garden in a wildlife friendly direction. Gardens...

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March in the Garden: Welcome to Autumn

Sedum Autumn Joy is an easy-care herbaceous perennial; dry tolerant and happy in full sun or part shade in most soils. The flowers make quite an impact with chartreuse buds in late summer, opening as pale pink star flowers and changing to rich copper during autumn.

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Camellia Blooms at Winter Feast

Daylesford and District Horticultural Society members and friends celebrated their Winter Feast on Tuesday evening with food, conversation and an inspiring talk by a speaker from Camellia Victoria, Andrew Raper.

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Plant a Tree for ChillOut

Plant a tree (or a sedge) in the Grove of Gratitude to celebrate the contributions of people who have made a difference in the LGBTQIA+ community.

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