JUSTIN RUSSELL is stopped in his tracks by the autumn foliage of some undervalued edible plants.
Autumn is nearly over, and winter is nipping at it’s heels. Here’s JUSTIN RUSSELL’s list of jobs to do in anticipation of colder weather.
Persimmon season has arrived, and JUSTIN RUSSELL suggests that people give the misunderstood fruit a second chance.
April brings a noticable change in season in many parts of Australia. With winter closing in, JUSTIN RUSSELL offers some ideas on what to plant, harvest and tend during mid-autumn.
JUSTIN RUSSELL challenges the notion that all weeds are pests, and makes cordial with one of his favourite outlaw plants.
Got a glut of pomegranates? JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how to make the refreshing drink, grenadine.
If you’d like to try your hand at grafting fruit trees, then have a go at citrus. It’s easy to do and allows you to grow a greater variety of fruit in less space, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
JUSTIN RUSSELL gives the low down on the fungal disease brown rot, and suggests some simple control measures.
JUSTIN RUSSELL takes a leaf out of Phil Dudman's book and grows his cucumbers on a reinforcing mesh trellis.
Got a passionfruit vine that’s giving you grief? Garden writer PHIL DUDMAN helps to unravel some of the most common hitches.
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