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There's no doubt we need to plant more trees. But once planted it's vital their care is prioritised with correct pruning for the first 24 months.
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In Australia there are several Luthiers, as musical instrument makers are called. Many of them were trained in Europe, UK and USA, and many use Australian trees when they can.
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The Braes Heritage Garden Estate will open as a feature of the 2019 Leura Gardens Festival in the beautiful world heritage listed Upper Blue Mountains, in NSW.
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Virginia Woolf’s Garden by Caroline Zoob can be enjoyed by anyone interested in the restoration of an historic garden and those who admire Virginia Woolf. It’s lovely to look at and a joy to read.
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A five-year journey of growing Moreton Bay Figs. The success and our learnings.
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Hillwood, a grand estate in Washington D.C., was once home to Marjorie Merriweather Post, an American heiress who loved plants and flowers as well as French and Russian art.
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War Gardens and its theme are timely and poignant. We won’t stop waging wars. But we also won’t stop gardening. This book is revealing about what gardening does for us and its benefits as peace-fostering.
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Keteleerias, a rare Asiatic conifer, which not only have an interesting back story, but some say should be grown more widely for their handsome form.
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What’s changed 10 months after a Hunter Valley garden was hit by drought. Which plants are thriving? Which ones died? Which ones recovered? And what does it mean for my garden in this increasingly volatile climatic world?
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There is something both comfortable and radical about the Vallarta Botanical Garden in Mexico.

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