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  • 6 Ways to Increase Biodiversity in Your Garden

    A biodiverse garden is a garden that’s filled with life in multiple forms. It encompasses a variety of plant species, which, in turn, attracts an array of wildlife. Not only does this make a garden…

  • Growing Native Australian Trees Found in Vine Thickets

    Vine thickets are an important part of Australia’s natural ecology. Like similar rainforest growth around the globe, vine thickets help conserve moisture, prevent erosion by water or wind, provide habitat for native animal species, and…

  • Gardening Indoors with Designer Trees

    People who love plants and gardening do not always have the space, weather, or time to garden outside. An excellent solution to this is to grow plants in pots. Sunrooms, patios, even living rooms or…

  • 3 Indigenous Australian Trees for a Native Garden

    While native plants may be particularly trendy at the moment, they also happen to be extremely beneficial for both your garden and the environment in general. Native plants tend to be super-resilient, low-maintenance, and a…

  • Edible Landscaping: How to Get Started

    With sustainability and self-sufficiency being major trends at the moment, more and more people are trying their hand at edible landscaping. If the concept of producing your own food in a garden that looks beautifully…

  • 4 Fruit Trees That Do Well in Pots

    With more and more people now feeling inclined to step it up when it comes to growing their own food, fruit trees have come into the spotlight. Plant them once and they’ll produce bigger and…

  • Enjoying Your Garden and Trees: Self-care while Gardening

    This seems to be the year to focus on “self-care”. There is no place where it is more applicable than when gardening. Trees, such as the magnificent Queensland Bottle Tree, Mango tree, or even an…

  • Late Summer and Early Autumn Feature Tree Maintenance Activities

    Even without access to a calendar, an experienced gardener can pinpoint the moment when summer begins to wind down into early autumn. Different feature trees will respond in their own unique ways. The texture of…

  • 3 Easy Citrus Trees to Grow in an Australian Garden

    The Australian climate lends itself well to citrus trees. These plants love the heat and can tolerate a certain amount of cold, and a number of them are capable of fruiting throughout the year in…

  • Grow an Indoor Orchard of Superfruits with GRC Pots

    Fruits are not only natures candy, they are superfoods. Each fruit is packed with amazing vitamins that allow you to enjoy mostly guilt free snacking. Most have varying amounts of Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and…

  • How to Choose the Right Feature Tree for Your Outdoor Space

    It’s important to make sure that the tree you choose not only meets all of your own requirements when it comes to shape and size, but is also suited to the growing conditions in your…

  • Five Best Architectural Trees

    A “best” architectural tree is one that fits with your climate, soil type, available land expanse, the organization of buildings and road in the general local and the affect the architect and landscaper wish to…

  • Top 10 Architectural Trees

    An architectural tree is one that has a pleasing shape and that will fit nicely within a landscape or near a home or business building. Thinking about an architectural tree means keeping in mind the…