Earlier this week we touched on what is for me a fascinating gardening topic. One that has the potential to bring back greenery to cities in a big way. Indeed many would say the idea is the future for city design; one that has many benefits beyond making our city skyscapers just looking better. timberland femme So what is this revolutionary concept? It’s the planting of flowers, vines etc through vertical gardens or green walls. Continue reading Greening our cities with vertical gardening
As autumn leaves begin to fall, making for some of the most spectacular times of year for deciduous trees, you may be considering which of these may be suitable to grow in the garden as the last month of autumn approaches. Continue reading Thinking of growing deciduous trees?
Australians love a public holiday. Perhaps its a love of celebrating, of getting together with friends and enjoying a few quiet drinks and hearty food. PUMA en soldes The weekend when the barbecue gets cleaned for some serious cooking work and a few refreshments are stashed in the fridge. Continue reading Evergreen Growers celebrates Australia Day
The last few weeks or so has seen an increase in steady, soaking rain in my part of Australia. This is the type of rain all gardeners love: the rain that soaks deep down and nourishes roots gasping for a drop of water. Moncler doudoune pas cher More importantly is the fact that at least some of the farmers suffering under drought conditions have received a little of these rains. chaussures puma Not enough of course and not widespread throughout drought-stricken regions but at least some relief may be at hand. Continue reading The arguments for rainwater over tapwater
As the autumn equinox passes us by, here Down Under its time to take stock of the garden, moncler paris do some clearing out, timberland pas cher set the beds and plan ahead. Who said autumn was a time for gardeners to relax? Luckily here at Evergreen Growers we understand that autumn, despite being the harbinger of cooler weather to come, is hardly the time of year to stop work in the garden. We understand are still looking to take advantage of some remaining warmth to get in some plants for the next year. Continue reading Autumn: time to take stock and plan ahead in the garden
Every once in a while, when the planets align favourably and we all have time off, my family and I head off to the Central West of NSW for a day trip. Only a few hours drive west from us, we’ve always tried to get away to visit the region as often as we can. Continue reading Gardening and council water management
The main topic of conversation throughout much of the country this week has been the heatwave. Whether chatting at barbecues, at pubs or coffee shops, in the office or bumping into folk in the street, the chat has been heatwaves, bushfires and when the cool change will arrive. Continue reading Water smart during heatwaves
One of the more intriguing articles that popped up on our Facebook Page this week was a link from the UK’s Daily Express. The article was concerning grants made available from the UK’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) for community groups to set up gardens. Continue reading Funding for community gardens
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Last week saw us launch our new website to coincide with spring. Packed full of new, interesting and informative features, the site has already been given the thumbs up by readers on our Facebook Page. puma Aimed squarely at improving the visitor’s experience, the site boasts a number of practical features to match its fresh, new, updated style. Continue reading Spring and our new website is launched!