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!
Midyim berry is a tasty and rewarding native fruit you can grow in your backyard, writes Karen Sutherland.
Edible flowers add a colourful spark and fresh flavour to dishes, are the basis of health-giving teas, and create delicious cordials and preserves, writes Karen Sutherland.
Penny Woodward reveals the secrets of growing full-flavoured and productive strawberries – whether in beds, baskets or pots.
Penny Woodward says there is confusion about whether za'atar is a herb, a spice mix or both.