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Gardening Australia

Jul 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

STAY IN TOUCH

Gardening Australia

ON THE SHELF PLANTS • A selection of new relases for garden lovers nationwide

ON THE SHELF BOOKS

scents & sensibility A YEAR OF FRAGRANCE in the garden • Make your garden smell divine year round with these scented suggestions from JENNIFER STACKHOUSE

more PERFUMED PLANTS

wild AT heart • New hybrids have given wax flowers an update, and also put the spotlight on their culinary attributes, writes ANGUS STEWART

CULINARY DELIGHTS

on the straight + narrow • Narrow trees are perfect for a tight spot, or to use as a vertical accent in the landscape. STEVE FALCIONI shares some good choices

school of HARD ROCKS • Creating a garden in the arid foothills of South Australia’s Flinders Ranges has proven to be as much therapy as challenge for this relative beginner

make a garden from scratch PART 4: CHOOSE & BUY YOUR PLANTS • The planning is done, and there’s a bit of hardscaping in place… Let the planting begin! SOPHIE THOMSON shares her tips for selecting trees, lawn, border plants, and everything in between

KNOW YOUR NURSERY

TRY BEFORE YOU BUY

KEEP CALM & carry on gardening • Keen to stimulate a diverse ecosystem in your garden? There’s evidence that the kind of soil disturbance we gardeners do – a bit of poking here, a bit there – is just the ticket, writes MICHAEL McCOY

WAYS TO BUILD BIODIVERSITY

WHAT’S THE difference? • Ever wondered if there’s a difference between two garden terms, products or ways of doing something? Here are three to wrap your head around…

new series TRY this! • In this new series, HANNAH MOLONEY shares simple, sustainable projects for the home and garden. We hope you have bags of fun with this first one!

save it or shred it? • What are the signs a tree is on the way out? JACKIE FRENCH shares her tips for working out if a tree can be saved

SEEDs COMMUNAL GARDEN • Community connection is what this inner-city Melbourne oasis is all about – a place where everyone is welcome to grow, create and thrive, writes SALLY FELDMAN

ART IN THE GARDEN

WINTER FESTIVAL: SOUP FOR THE SOUL

PLANT IT NOW • This alien-like vegie is down to earth and delicious, writes PHIL DUDMAN

what’s wrong with my STRAWBERRIES? • Strawberry plants are easy to grow, so it’s frustrating when things go wrong and you don’t get the sweet, succulent harvest you’d imagined. PHIL DUDMAN looks at common problems and how to solve them

Top tip

prune & propagate grapes • Winter is the time to prune grapevines, while they are leafless and dormant. It’s also a good opportunity to propagate them from cuttings. PHIL DUDMAN shares some tips for making the right pruning cuts, and demonstrates two ways to encourage cuttings to strike

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

It’s time to...

Do it now

Edibles

In the tropics

TAKE HYDRANGEA CUTTINGS • Hydrangeas are dormant and leafless in winter, which is the perfect time to propagate them from hardwood cuttings.

SEED ORGANISATION

MAILBOX

Write and win!

Your Insta Posts

WIN • 1 of 5 floral prize packs each worth $96

WINNERS

how to enter

CELEBRATE 90 YEARS

See you in a few weeks

radio • For more details about coverage in your area, phone 139 994 or visit...


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

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  • Release date: June 12, 2022

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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

STAY IN TOUCH

Gardening Australia

ON THE SHELF PLANTS • A selection of new relases for garden lovers nationwide

ON THE SHELF BOOKS

scents & sensibility A YEAR OF FRAGRANCE in the garden • Make your garden smell divine year round with these scented suggestions from JENNIFER STACKHOUSE

more PERFUMED PLANTS

wild AT heart • New hybrids have given wax flowers an update, and also put the spotlight on their culinary attributes, writes ANGUS STEWART

CULINARY DELIGHTS

on the straight + narrow • Narrow trees are perfect for a tight spot, or to use as a vertical accent in the landscape. STEVE FALCIONI shares some good choices

school of HARD ROCKS • Creating a garden in the arid foothills of South Australia’s Flinders Ranges has proven to be as much therapy as challenge for this relative beginner

make a garden from scratch PART 4: CHOOSE & BUY YOUR PLANTS • The planning is done, and there’s a bit of hardscaping in place… Let the planting begin! SOPHIE THOMSON shares her tips for selecting trees, lawn, border plants, and everything in between

KNOW YOUR NURSERY

TRY BEFORE YOU BUY

KEEP CALM & carry on gardening • Keen to stimulate a diverse ecosystem in your garden? There’s evidence that the kind of soil disturbance we gardeners do – a bit of poking here, a bit there – is just the ticket, writes MICHAEL McCOY

WAYS TO BUILD BIODIVERSITY

WHAT’S THE difference? • Ever wondered if there’s a difference between two garden terms, products or ways of doing something? Here are three to wrap your head around…

new series TRY this! • In this new series, HANNAH MOLONEY shares simple, sustainable projects for the home and garden. We hope you have bags of fun with this first one!

save it or shred it? • What are the signs a tree is on the way out? JACKIE FRENCH shares her tips for working out if a tree can be saved

SEEDs COMMUNAL GARDEN • Community connection is what this inner-city Melbourne oasis is all about – a place where everyone is welcome to grow, create and thrive, writes SALLY FELDMAN

ART IN THE GARDEN

WINTER FESTIVAL: SOUP FOR THE SOUL

PLANT IT NOW • This alien-like vegie is down to earth and delicious, writes PHIL DUDMAN

what’s wrong with my STRAWBERRIES? • Strawberry plants are easy to grow, so it’s frustrating when things go wrong and you don’t get the sweet, succulent harvest you’d imagined. PHIL DUDMAN looks at common problems and how to solve them

Top tip

prune & propagate grapes • Winter is the time to prune grapevines, while they are leafless and dormant. It’s also a good opportunity to propagate them from cuttings. PHIL DUDMAN shares some tips for making the right pruning cuts, and demonstrates two ways to encourage cuttings to strike

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

It’s time to...

Do it now

Edibles

In the tropics

TAKE HYDRANGEA CUTTINGS • Hydrangeas are dormant and leafless in winter, which is the perfect time to propagate them from hardwood cuttings.

SEED ORGANISATION

MAILBOX

Write and win!

Your Insta Posts

WIN • 1 of 5 floral prize packs each worth $96

WINNERS

how to enter

CELEBRATE 90 YEARS

See you in a few weeks

radio • For more details about coverage in your area, phone 139 994 or visit...


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