Gardening is not only a great way to add a little green to your home, it’s also a way to create a cooler, greener and wilder Adelaide that better responds to the impacts of climate change. Plus nature is great for everyone’s wellbeing.
On this page you’ll find a hub of gardening information around choosing the right pot plants for your patio, to a step-by-step guide on building green walls, and tricks to attract animals, butterflies and bees to your yard, plus more.
Want to make every drop of rain in your garden count? We’ve got a hack just for you – it’s called a raingarden. Read on to get the lowdown on what they are and why you should install one.
Want to spruce up your yard with colour and diversity? Discover 5 plants that will love life in an Adelaide garden.
If you live on or near Adelaide’s coastline you know how hard it can be to keep a healthy-looking garden. Here’s 5 native plants that were made for life around the coastline.
Adelaide has around 3,000 species of native and exotic trees around the city and suburbs. Here’s 10 of the most common ones that you’ll likely spot.
You’re probably familiar with the Christmas tradition of kissing under the mistletoe. Did you know about its slanderous reputation as a tree killer? Read on to find out the truth.
Autumn’s cool weather is the perfect time to get out into the garden. While it’s a great time for planting in general, there are some types of food plants that love it even more than others. Read on for inspiration.
Keen to add a touch of alternative green to your home? Here are 6 easy-to-follow steps to build a green wall.
Planting natives is good for the environment and good for you too. Here’s 5 top edible plants that you can grow at home.
Help your new native plants start their life right and give them the best chance of survival. Here’s 6 steps to planting.
Indoor plants are all the rage right now. Find out about the benefits of indoor plants and be inspired by our 6 indoor plant ideas.
Butterflies are a beautiful addition to any garden and they play an important role in the environment. Here’s 6 steps to attract them to your yard.