Indoor house plants are a popular decor accessory for your home. They are not only the perfect green addition to your decor but having a lush green and healthy plant in the home makes you feel good too.
I love our hot Australian summers with walks on the beach and longer days spent outside in the garden. Sometimes our gardens need a little bit more TLC to cope with all the heat.
Spring would have to be my most favourite season, I love the new growth in the garden and all the green paddocks around us. I planted many Iceberg and David Austin roses in my garden so I could have fresh flower arrangements for my home.
Our verandah opens out to our back garden and there are about four steps down to the garden with a few metres to a large round garden surrounded by boxed hedges in the middle of your backyard.
There is nothing more enjoyable than watching a garden change with each season here in Melbourne. Cruden Farm is a beautiful country garden located in Langwarrin on 133 acres of land.
Finally the end of the Block for 2017 is complete, this last week saw the couples finish the front facade of their homes and the garden design.
This Spring I have decided to plant some white lavender, I haven’t had Lavender in my garden for such a long time. Growing Lavender is so easy because its a Mediterranean plant and it loves dry and hot conditions.
The five contestants managed to complete their backyards for the Block this week. With negotiating access to each of their blocks for deliveries the completed yards included outdoor kitchens, fire pits, comfy bench seats with cushions, cubby houses and a beautiful outdoor dining area.
Each year I plant up one of my vegetable gardens with tomatoes, usually with three different varieties. Today I have some simple tips on how to to plant a beautiful veggie garden