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Gardening Australia

Dec 01 2020
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

PLANTS • This month’s pick of the bunch for garden lovers nationwide

BOOKS

CHRISTMAS in the garden • Let’s make Christmas this year a real beauty! Transform your garden and favourite seating areas with these potted plant ideas, and send your guests home with something planty you’ve made yourself

CARE FOR YOUR POTS

PLANTS & PROPS

magic CARPET • Orchid vine not only looks and smells gorgeous, it also has a versatile growth habit and is virtually indestructible, writes STEVE FALCIONI

GREEN, GREEN GRASS of HOME • Can a native lawn perform as well as a regular lawn? TAMMY HUYNH explores the latest options, and what they have to offer Australian gardeners

other NATIVE LAWN options

where to BUY

Q & A • Here are answers to some of the general lawn questions you’ve recently asked us

meet the gardener ROSS DUNCAN • This Sydney retrophile is a fan of the low-maintenance garden, filling his with plants that don’t need rock-star attention to put on a show

THE YEAR THAT WAS • It has been an extraordinary year. We asked the Gardening Australia TV presenters to look back on the highlights, the lowlights, and how gardening saved them… or someone they know

a breath of FRESH AIR • Garden air, green vistas and the presence of planty things in general all have proven benefits for our health and wellbeing. It’s even more reason to drop everything and grab a trowel, writes TIM ENTWISLE

remedies for sandy soil • Coming from Perth, which sits on a coastal plain, JOSH BYRNE is well used to gardening on sand. Here are his tips for turning sand into soil

Santa's little helpers • How to stop reindeer (and possums) helping themselves to your roses… and other useful tips for Christmas from JACKIE FRENCH

the gardener's bucket list WENDY’S SECRET GARDEN in Sydney, Australia • This hidden yet public space proves that gardens – and gardening – are a salve for the soul, writes ALLY JACKSON

WHILE YOU ARE THERE

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

PATCH • Horticultural editor and devoted food grower PHIL DUDMAN shows you what to plant, pick and tend in the edible garden this month

CROPS IN POTS

helping HAND • Tips for tackling this month’s problem

going troppo • Looking to grow something a little different in your orchard? Here’s a curious bunch of exotic fruits to challenge and excite your tastebuds

MAILBOX

write and win!

Your Ins›a posts

TV • Gardening Australia is on ABC TV every Friday at 7.30pm and is repeated on Sunday at 1.30pm and on iview.

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

the big picture • Raising plants from seed has never been easy for MICHAEL McCOY, and he’s ready to argue the case that it’s not his fault. Excuses, excuses...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Nextmedia Pty Ltd Edition: Dec 01 2020

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: November 15, 2020

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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

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

STAY IN TOUCH

Gardening Australia

PLANTS • This month’s pick of the bunch for garden lovers nationwide

BOOKS

CHRISTMAS in the garden • Let’s make Christmas this year a real beauty! Transform your garden and favourite seating areas with these potted plant ideas, and send your guests home with something planty you’ve made yourself

CARE FOR YOUR POTS

PLANTS & PROPS

magic CARPET • Orchid vine not only looks and smells gorgeous, it also has a versatile growth habit and is virtually indestructible, writes STEVE FALCIONI

GREEN, GREEN GRASS of HOME • Can a native lawn perform as well as a regular lawn? TAMMY HUYNH explores the latest options, and what they have to offer Australian gardeners

other NATIVE LAWN options

where to BUY

Q & A • Here are answers to some of the general lawn questions you’ve recently asked us

meet the gardener ROSS DUNCAN • This Sydney retrophile is a fan of the low-maintenance garden, filling his with plants that don’t need rock-star attention to put on a show

THE YEAR THAT WAS • It has been an extraordinary year. We asked the Gardening Australia TV presenters to look back on the highlights, the lowlights, and how gardening saved them… or someone they know

a breath of FRESH AIR • Garden air, green vistas and the presence of planty things in general all have proven benefits for our health and wellbeing. It’s even more reason to drop everything and grab a trowel, writes TIM ENTWISLE

remedies for sandy soil • Coming from Perth, which sits on a coastal plain, JOSH BYRNE is well used to gardening on sand. Here are his tips for turning sand into soil

Santa's little helpers • How to stop reindeer (and possums) helping themselves to your roses… and other useful tips for Christmas from JACKIE FRENCH

the gardener's bucket list WENDY’S SECRET GARDEN in Sydney, Australia • This hidden yet public space proves that gardens – and gardening – are a salve for the soul, writes ALLY JACKSON

WHILE YOU ARE THERE

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

PATCH • Horticultural editor and devoted food grower PHIL DUDMAN shows you what to plant, pick and tend in the edible garden this month

CROPS IN POTS

helping HAND • Tips for tackling this month’s problem

going troppo • Looking to grow something a little different in your orchard? Here’s a curious bunch of exotic fruits to challenge and excite your tastebuds

MAILBOX

write and win!

Your Ins›a posts

TV • Gardening Australia is on ABC TV every Friday at 7.30pm and is repeated on Sunday at 1.30pm and on iview.

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

the big picture • Raising plants from seed has never been easy for MICHAEL McCOY, and he’s ready to argue the case that it’s not his fault. Excuses, excuses...


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