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The fruits have a good amount of sweet and tart flesh around a large seed.

Quirky quandongs

Karen Sutherland has been trying to grow quandongs for years and can now report some success!

Heeling in bare-rooted trees

If you have a bunch of bare-rooted trees and can’t plant them quickly, you can do what’s called ‘heeling in’: Penny...

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How to make a worm farm

You can use a bath, trough, sink or even a large tin to make a worm farm, says Penny Woodward

Citrus leafminer

Pest and disease threats

Penny Woodward suggests two threats to your harvest to look out for in your garden now: citrus leafminer and powdery...

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Ten tips for a healthy garden

Penny Woodward, shares her tips for a thriving garden – one that will provide veg and fruit, and help the planet.

Tomato seedlings

Growing tomatoes from seed

There are many ways of growing tomatoes from seed, but here is one of the simplest and most common, using punnets or seedling trays, from...

Itoh peonies from Issue 117

The Magic of Peonies

We love peonies at OG and Eliza Henry-Jones shares that love -- here she also shares tips for growing these beauties.

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Everyone loves lemons.

Some simple tips for citrus trees from our horticultural experts.