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Gardening Australia

Feb 01 2022
Magazine

Australia’s number one monthly gardening resource, ABC Gardening Australia magazine is packed with step-by-step advice and stunning design ideas from its popular team of experts. Whether you are a novice gardener or have a green thumb and years of experience, you’ll find the advice you need.

Welcome

Garderning Australia

ON THE SHELF PLANTS • A selection of bulbs, fruit trees and fragrant flowers to plant now

ON THE SHELF BOOKS

MAD for MONSTERA • These statement plants remain wildly popular with indoor plant lovers, and there are plenty of distinctive cultivars to whet the collector’s appetite, writes TAMMY HUYNH

where to BUY

dressed TO impress • On the street or in the garden, the ivory curl tree is a knockout, writes MARIANNE CANNON

THE Seasonal pot • Bring colour and interest to your garden well into autumn with these arrangements. Choose a cool, fresh ‘meadow’ or an adventurous, colourful ‘explosion’ – or both!

CARE FOR YOUR POT

SUMMER explosion

meet the gardener BOB CHERRY • We took our first look around Bob’s garden in the October issue. This month, we return to dig a little deeper into his lifelong passion for breeding better plants for home gardens

VISIT BOB’S GARDEN

BLAZING a trail • Horticulturist and environmentalist CLIVE BLAZEY shares his thoughts on the role that trees – both native and exotic – might play in mitigating the effects of climate change, and shaping a better future for us all

lockdown landscapes • Two Sydneysiders share how gardening saved their sanity during lockdown

Summer care • Mid to late summer is the time to groom your rose bushes in preparation for their last hoorah – a final flurry of blooms in autumn before they settle into winter dormancy.

home hacks • Whether your permaculture life is grounded in an acreage or a suburban backyard, balcony or street verge, there are many ways to reduce your footprint, says HANNAH MOLONEY

Please don’t eat the DAHLIAS • Plants have a long history of being eaten, but others, if ingested, can irritate, kill and maim. JACKIE FRENCH dishes up a few edible surprises – and others to avoid at all costs

IN THE PATCH

HEALESVILLE COMMUNITY GARDEN • This thriving patch is producing more than food, using the power of art to engage more deeply with the broader community, writes SALLY FELDMAN

FOODPATCH ART

PATCH GROW • Silverbeet is versatile, easy to grow, and offers months of harvests, says PHIL DUDMAN

why is my FRUIT TREE DYING?

GOOD as NEW • If your potted edibles are under-performing, it could be that the potting mix has simply run out of juice! STEVE FALCIONI explains how to revive it

NUTS & BOLTS

what l’ve learnt about... MACADAMIAS • A little food and water can really boost growth on these tough rainforest natives, writes MARCELLE NANKERVIS

FEBRUARY a month in the GARDEN • More than 50 seasonal jobs to do in your action planner

It’s time to...

Do it now

Edibles

Tn the tropics

MAIL BOX

write and win !

win 1 of 5 FRUIT SALAD TREES each $ 69 valued .95at

Your Insta Posts

how to enter

WINNERS

TV • Gardening Australia resumes Friday, February 18, 2022 at 7.30pm on ABC TV

radio

The big picture • The stillness of late summer can be slow for some, but there are always ways to add a bit of sparkle to your garden, says MICHAEL McCOY


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Nextmedia Pty Ltd Edition: Feb 01 2022

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  • Release date: January 16, 2022

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Home & Garden

Languages

English

Australia’s number one monthly gardening resource, ABC Gardening Australia magazine is packed with step-by-step advice and stunning design ideas from its popular team of experts. Whether you are a novice gardener or have a green thumb and years of experience, you’ll find the advice you need.

Welcome

Garderning Australia

ON THE SHELF PLANTS • A selection of bulbs, fruit trees and fragrant flowers to plant now

ON THE SHELF BOOKS

MAD for MONSTERA • These statement plants remain wildly popular with indoor plant lovers, and there are plenty of distinctive cultivars to whet the collector’s appetite, writes TAMMY HUYNH

where to BUY

dressed TO impress • On the street or in the garden, the ivory curl tree is a knockout, writes MARIANNE CANNON

THE Seasonal pot • Bring colour and interest to your garden well into autumn with these arrangements. Choose a cool, fresh ‘meadow’ or an adventurous, colourful ‘explosion’ – or both!

CARE FOR YOUR POT

SUMMER explosion

meet the gardener BOB CHERRY • We took our first look around Bob’s garden in the October issue. This month, we return to dig a little deeper into his lifelong passion for breeding better plants for home gardens

VISIT BOB’S GARDEN

BLAZING a trail • Horticulturist and environmentalist CLIVE BLAZEY shares his thoughts on the role that trees – both native and exotic – might play in mitigating the effects of climate change, and shaping a better future for us all

lockdown landscapes • Two Sydneysiders share how gardening saved their sanity during lockdown

Summer care • Mid to late summer is the time to groom your rose bushes in preparation for their last hoorah – a final flurry of blooms in autumn before they settle into winter dormancy.

home hacks • Whether your permaculture life is grounded in an acreage or a suburban backyard, balcony or street verge, there are many ways to reduce your footprint, says HANNAH MOLONEY

Please don’t eat the DAHLIAS • Plants have a long history of being eaten, but others, if ingested, can irritate, kill and maim. JACKIE FRENCH dishes up a few edible surprises – and others to avoid at all costs

IN THE PATCH

HEALESVILLE COMMUNITY GARDEN • This thriving patch is producing more than food, using the power of art to engage more deeply with the broader community, writes SALLY FELDMAN

FOODPATCH ART

PATCH GROW • Silverbeet is versatile, easy to grow, and offers months of harvests, says PHIL DUDMAN

why is my FRUIT TREE DYING?

GOOD as NEW • If your potted edibles are under-performing, it could be that the potting mix has simply run out of juice! STEVE FALCIONI explains how to revive it

NUTS & BOLTS

what l’ve learnt about... MACADAMIAS • A little food and water can really boost growth on these tough rainforest natives, writes MARCELLE NANKERVIS

FEBRUARY a month in the GARDEN • More than 50 seasonal jobs to do in your action planner

It’s time to...

Do it now

Edibles

Tn the tropics

MAIL BOX

write and win !

win 1 of 5 FRUIT SALAD TREES each $ 69 valued .95at

Your Insta Posts

how to enter

WINNERS

TV • Gardening Australia resumes Friday, February 18, 2022 at 7.30pm on ABC TV

radio

The big picture • The stillness of late summer can be slow for some, but there are always ways to add a bit of sparkle to your garden, says MICHAEL McCOY


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