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Not sure if you're aware but a new phenomenon has blown up in apartments, houses and units across the country and possibly the world. The humble indoor plant has imploded in popularity. I remember my grandma had indoor plants and we had them as a kid - a rubber tree, I remember cleaning the leaves...(with … Continue reading Indoor plants
https://stemsleavesroots.buzzsprout.com Hi, my name is Dani and I am a horticulturalist. Welcome to my little podcast - Leaves, stems, and Roots. I am a solo podcaster whose passion for plants and dirt will open your eyes to the many delights of Horticulture! Did you know that there is a garden in England that houses the … Continue reading Stems, Leave and Roots with Dani
At the moment, we are in the midst of horrendous fires in a large part of the country. Half of NSW is burning. For the rest of the country, it's making us nervous. In 2009, Victorians saw one of the worst bushfires in history. With one day reaching temperatures of 47 degrees C. This mega … Continue reading Climate change – an opinion.
Its been too long between posts. We're in full Winter in Melbourne. Rose pruning, fruit pruning and general tidying before spring hits. The roses don't understand what season is. We have blooming flowers in July! Lots of rain this winter. Time to plant spring vegies. Lots to do in the cold and wet. We still … Continue reading Too long
Summer duties - keep your plants alive over Summer with the following tips. Add compost and mulch around your plants as this will add much needed nutrients plus insulate the plants in the heat, keeping the ground moist when you cannot be there.Have a watering system in place. Ensuring you are minimising your water usage … Continue reading Summer
Coldness has hit and we're in the midst of making sure our gardens continue to survive it. Melbourne is very chilly this year. We have seen lots of frost which means that if you haven't organised protective structures yet, get onto it. What are protective structures? These are netting structures which will protect plants from … Continue reading Brrr….
I don't care if you are an amateur or a professional. You need to prepare your garden for long-term environments and not just for the quick installation of landscapes. For example, at a place the other day, it has the bones for a tremendous landscape. Its be neglected for some time due to time constraints … Continue reading Preparation, preparation, preparation.