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It's almost strawberry planting time. They're best planted in autumn, with a second planting in spring, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
This season's wet weather has put tremendous growth on rhubarb and, if unpicked, clumps can grow to more than a metre wide and collapse, says gardening writer JACKIE WARBURTON.
Curry leaves are a main ingredient in Indian dishes and this plant is easy to grow in Canberra with a little care, says gardening writer JACKIE WARBURTON.
Ornamental grasses, which have become popular over the past few years, can be a low-maintenance option for any garden, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Popular pelargoniums bloom right through summer and into autumn, but not all varieties like the same conditions, writes gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Good-looking echeverias and Royal Bluebells... JACKIE WARBURTON'S busy in the garden this week.
From rock orchids to bush daisies, JACKIE WARBURTON is always ready with gardening advice.
Gardening writer JACKIE WARBURTON hails the Seaside Fleabane as a "magnet" for bees and pollinators as well as attracting all the good insects in the garden.
Annuals that bring in the bees and pollinators to bugs that eat plants and small trees... here's a gardening column that's got it all from JACKIE WARBURTON.
Gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON reckons growing currants in Canberra is a doddle. Here's how she does it...
Here's a cut or dried flower that can dress up the Christmas table, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Selecting the right plant can be a little tricky when it comes to climbers for small spaces, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Mulching and watering are important to keeping gardens alive through the hot summer months, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
The vegetable patch should be in full swing now as the heat has arrived; all the tomatoes, zucchini, corn and pumpkins can go into the garden, writes gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Early summer flowers are in full bloom, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON and it's important to consistently water garden beds to prevent the soil drying out around the roots of the plants.
"While they can look a little ordinary most of the year, when rhododendrons are flowering we know why we plant them," writes gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Watsonia is a terrific long-lived, old-fashioned, herbaceous garden plant that grows easily in our climate, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Keeping backyard chickens is an economical and sustainable way of having eggs, compost and, most of all, company in the garden, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.
Tomatoes are probably the most common vegetable to grow in summer, but they don't come without their problems, says gardening columnist JACKIE WARBURTON.