Take a look through our past Festival Magazines to find useful articles and tips from the best in the business!
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May 11, 2021
Now, friendlier bougainvilleas that are fantastic for your landscaping and small garden needs. It all began in the 1980’s… Passionate bougainvillea lover and Brisbane nursery woman, Jan Iredell, made the decision to dedicate her time to specifically breed and grow dwarfed and more compact bougainvilleas…
May 11, 2021
“Autumn is for planting” was a theme taken up by the nursery industry to guide gardeners towards more successful plantings compared to those in spring and summer. It truly is the ideal time to plant almost anything (but tropical plants) now in WA, with milder temperatures and warm, moist soils […]
April 9, 2021
The cooler weather and shorter days don’t mean the end of colour in your garden! Here at Nativ by Plantrite we have chosen our top 10 autumn plants that are guaranteed to add a splash of colour on a rainy day. For our autumn planting list, Dwarf Banksias make a […]
January 28, 2021
Few activities in the garden are as satisfying as growing food in your own back yard. Creating and maintaining a vegetable patch is an activity that feeds the body as well as the soul as you can follow your own philosophy about the use of fertilisers and pesticides.
January 18, 2021
November 9, 2020
Often when we set out to create gardens around our homes we think first of the showy ornamental plants. Naturally we want our landscapes to look good and to value to our homes.
October 7, 2020
Have an old chair sitting around the house gathering dust? Well, why not UPCYCLE it into a charming succulent planter and create a unique feature for your garden that will be a talking point for all of your visitors.
November 1, 2019
Succulents are quite magical in my book. They have an ability to thrive in the most unlikeliest of circumstances. Succulent cuttings can last up to a couple of weeks without water – A largely underrated ability, given that cut flowers last a day or two at most without water.