Penny Woodward says that with the variety of lettuces available, you should never be without leaves to add to your salads all year round.
There’s a stack of Australian native plants from rainforest areas that are naturally suited to low light, so are perfect for growing indoors, writes Karen Sutherland.
Karen Sutherland looks at a selection of plants that will look great in your garden and add spicy flavours to your cooking.
Delicious, prolific and ideal for home gardeners. Helen McKerral looks at growing blueberries.
Penny Woodward describes some unusual and more common edibles for planting now.
Known by gardeners as native mint bush, Prostanthera rotundifolia is a handy plant for semi-shade.
There is something mesmerising about roses en masse; about the differences in fragrance and form. None more so than a beautiful collection of old-fashioned roses.
Homegrown garlic tastes dramatically better than any you can buy in your local supermarket, so why not grow it yourself!
A family favourite, asparagus is a must-have in the vegie patch, writes Helen McKerral.
Karen Sutherland writes about three edible, waterwise succulents that you can plant now. They are easy to grow, and tasty!