JUSTIN RUSSELL heralds the approach of Spring with a flurry of August gardening jobs.
Some tips from PENNY WOODWARD to keep your garden alive if you are away for a few days and during very hot weather.
Editor STEVE PAYNE gives some good advice to weather the storms of summer.
As autumn shadows lengthen, JUSTIN RUSSELL says that it's important to analyse the way light falls across your garden.
Are there strange things happening in your garden? asks PENNY WOODWARD
Few plants can bridge the ornamental-edible divide like the persimmon. JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how to grow them.
Trying to keep your cool in the vegie patch? JUSTIN RUSSELL explains how he uses shade cloth to spare lettuces and leafy greens from the worst of the summer heat.
A bit of shade makes a world of difference, SIMON WEBSTER reports.
A draft report from the CCA recommends Australia aim to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by up to 50 per cent by 2030.
Last month's bushfires in NSW were a devastating blow, but JUSTIN RUSSELL says that there's hope for the future: Gardens will recover, and gardeners can take proactive steps to help resist future...