Aussie blogger and mum-of-seven Constance Hall has mums up in arms over a $530 DIY backyard spa.
THIS new, locally produced guide walks property owners through how to grow rainforest species from seeds.
TV bosses want to unearth an unknown talent to replace Charlie Albone on Selling Houses Australia — and become a star writer as well.
LEMON myrtle is the ingredient taking Bundaberg by storm and with a new range of products on the horizon, the capabilities of the natural plant are endless.
It’s going to take a lot of work and money to get their devastated lychee farm back online.
Pets & Animals
This Eton property has some unlikely visitors. Watch closely to meet some of your native neighbours.
ENJOYING the trees and plants from someone else’s garden while out in your own is known as borrowed scenery and it’s nice to know we can all be part of sharing the...
A Mackay farmer has noticed a blossoming interest in green farming practices.
Looking to channel your inner horticulturist but lack the space of the great outdoors? These are the indoor plants best suited to any environment.
THE Chronicle Garden Competition gardens attract thousands of people during the Carnival of Flowers. Here is where you can access maps to all the gardens.
Entries up and gate takings looking good, despite online slump
WOULD you spend $200 for a luxury garden hose? How about more than $100 for a decorative leopard print nozzle set? Has the housing crash broken homeowners?
Dual win for Greens Creek entrant and fundraiser
Prune as soon as possible after bottlebrush flowering has finished to allow stems to grow for next spring's flowers.
A mussaenda can flower from September to May in this climate and it is such a spectacular bloomer.
IF you haven’t had much luck growing indoor plants in the past, there’s hope for you yet.
It's the perfect time to get your little ones outdoors and away from their screens.
Plant yourself in the backyard and soak up the colour, smells and atmosphere of a summer's night.
Tips to help keep your leafy friends alive while you are away on holiday
Playing with dirt in the garden is scientifically proven to release happy chemicals for our kids.