Our planner will keep you more than busy in the garden this month – we list 60 tasks to tackle in the chilly season. Grab the magazine and get a wriggle on! (Photography by Natsky)
Our planner will keep you more than busy in the garden this
Take a closer look at our Plant of the Month – the correa. The bell-shaped flowers of this versatile native will attract pollinators to your garden – so it’s a great friend for our indigenous wildlife.
Take a closer look at our Plant of the Month the correa
Elizabeth Tuson
June Manning
David Steve
Ever wished your sick plants could talk, so they could just tell you what they needed? Well, the closest you can get is our story featuring 12 illustrated explanations of common problems. Check it out today. (Sunburnt leaf photo, thanks to Alamy).
Ever wished your sick plants could talk so they could just tell
Sharon Grace
Grahame Edwards
Ian McDrake
We show you the bare bones of bare-root planting in the June issue. The time when fruit trees and roses are dormant is just when you should be planting – use our tips to get the best start in spring.
We show you the bare bones of bareroot planting in the June
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Simple Little Gardens
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Grab your copy of the June issue to catch the latest and greatest garden design trends in our round-up of the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show.
Grab your copy of the June issue to catch the latest and
ABC Gardening Australia magazine
Bonsai Shop
Our cover story this month shows you 25 great ideas to encourage wildlife to visit your garden. You'll be surprised how little you have to do to make a welcoming habitat.
Our cover story this month shows you 25 great ideas to encourage
ABC Gardening Australia magazine
Elizabeth Tuson
Bonsai Shop
It's new mag Monday - our June issue goes on sale today. Enjoy!
It's new mag Monday our June issue goes on sale today Enjoy
Dave Moore
Susan Davis
Dione Burt-Douglas
The owners of our May issue feature garden in Victoria's West Gippsland were inspired by provincial France. Here are a few gorgeous images for your enjoyment. (Photos by Our Australian Gardens)
The owners of our May issue feature garden in Victorias West Gippsland
Wendy Furminger
Fiona Joy Clark
Pugg El
Angus Stewart explores Sydney's glorious new foreshore park at Barangaroo. This story about the successful reclamation of a former major industrial site features in the May issue. Tune into the show on Saturday at 6.30pm on ABC TV to see more. (Photo courtesy of Barangaroo Delivery Authority)
Angus Stewart explores Sydneys glorious new foreshore park at Barangaroo This story
Remember the gorgeous gardening couple we featured in our April issue?

Tragically their farm was severely damaged in the recent floods that affected northern NSW, damaging machinery and washing away their fencing, irrigation system, market equipment and topsoil, along with their entire seasonal crops. Sasha and Rhys have decided to stick at it and rebuild and have set up a crowdfunding...
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Remember the gorgeous gardening couple we featured in our April issue
Dave Akehurst
Bring an explosion of colour to your garden this month, create your own sensational hanging basket displays. Practical tips and great plant combinations in our May issue, on sale now.
Bring an explosion of colour to your garden this month create your
Richard Newton
This one’s for our lucky Western Australian Facebook friends. The first 15 to sign up to our monthly e-newsletter will win a double pass to the Perth Garden Festival presented by Kleenheat (April 27–30). Click on the link below and we’ll be in touch with the winners. [ Goo.gl Link ]
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Shannon Discombe
Everyone loves a climbing rose! Find exactly the right one for you, as well as how to train and care for it, in our climbing rose story in the May issue. Out now.
Everyone loves a climbing rose Find exactly the right one for you
Sandra Bonney
Merri Fernie
Jo Joyce
Have you noticed the nodding flowers of tree dahlia (Dahlia imperials) above your head as you walk the streets of your neighbourhood? They're our May Plant of the Month. (Alamy Photo)
Have you noticed the nodding flowers of tree dahlia Dahlia imperials above
Sue Reynolds
Elizabeth Connell
Ann Harris
Could this be the housing of the future? Grab the May issue of ABC Gardening Australia magazine for Josh Byrne's story on an innovative home and garden project in Perth, where the mix of private and shared spaces allows room for bees, chooks and home-grown vegies. Tune into ABC TV on April 14 at 7.30pm to see the segment about it on the show. (Photos by Rob Frith/Acorn Photo)
Could this be the housing of the future Grab the May issue
Sonya Baker
Jessica Campbell
Kerin-Lea Hall
Our unmissable May issue goes on sale today!
Our unmissable May issue goes on sale today
Anne Moller
Vesna Fedele
Joan Challenger
What is your favourite winter flowering annual? Fill your garden with colour in the cooler weather. Get the low-down on annuals that we think are 'winter winners' for your garden - in the April issue.
What is your favourite winter flowering annual Fill your garden with colour
ABC Gardening Australia magazine
Anne Moller
Theresa Wilks
The small garden design game is strong at the years MIFGS. This native habitat-friendly garden won first in the Boutique Gardens Competition, by STEM Landscape Architecture.
The small garden design game is strong at the years MIFGS This
Jodie Bew
Ellume Life