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Plants and Flowers

Australia has some of the most magnificent plants in the world, so what better way to celebrate our national day than in your very own gorgeous native garden?

Passionfruit vines are a quintessential Australian backyard plant, and spring is a great time to either plant a new vine or give your existing plant some TLC.

Just because the sky may be grey, doesn’t mean your garden has to be. Amp up the colour with this season’s floral stunners.

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings, the gardening experts at Yates share their suggestions for growing your own remembrance flowers and plants.

With their elegant flower spires, gladdies are like magic wands around the garden

I love you. Thanks for having me. I’m thinking of you. Congratulations. Forgive me. You’re dumped. All are sentiments you can express using the secret language of flowers.

Wondrous waratahs sit high up on the list of the world’s most superb blooms. So why not enjoy them in your own garden?

Roses are glorious in spring but when it comes to the end of summer they begin to wither. Here are our tips on how to keep them looking fantastic until winter.

Budding rhododendrons are a knockout addition to any garden. These lively plants cover themselves in beautiful flowers, flaunting a solid mass of colour that’s nothing short of eye-popping.

Bring a taste of the tropics home with these flamboyant flowers – they’ll be the belles of your backyard!

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