There's something fascinating about raising your own plants from cuttings. It can be an interesting hobby in itself, or simply a satisfying way of providing extra plants for your garden and for giving to friends. And you don't need to be a master 'green thumb' either.
Australia is a vast continent with many natural environments, from the dense rain forests of the north, to the Alpine meadows of the south, and the hot dry deserts of the centre. In each of these environments, many plants have evolved to cope with their surroundings.
There are a variety of citrus trees that grow well in home gardens, even in temperate zones. They provide nutrition and shade as well as looking great. And citrus trees are not difficult to grow as this guide shows you how, step-by-step.
Everyone has the space to grow a few herbs, even if they are smaller growing types in pots on your patio or balcony. You'll find that with even a little effort, the rewards are great and you'll have plenty of fresh flavoured herbs in no time at all.
Wouldn't it be nice if you could arrange for it to rain, precisely when your plants and garden needed it? Well, installing a fixed watering system is probably the next best thing. And no matter what stage of development your yard is in, installing a garden watering system is easy for anyone.
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