We put a spotlight on the shade-loving tamarillo in the March issue - are you already growing them? (Pic from Alamy)
Have you got a favourite spot in your garden that you've lit creatively? We'd love to see it!
If you have been meaning to get around to it, read our article about garden lighting in the March issue.
Costa (Costa Georgiadis Official) kicks off Part 2 of our Chooks Special this month, tracing his love for chickens, gardening and sustainable living, back to his visits to his grandparents home as a child.
Our Plant of the Month are the tall and showy sedums commonly starring in herbaceous borders. Do you have a favourite? Read all about them in the March issue, out now.
Grab your March issue today!
There's a whole lot of beauty in the March issue - hitting the shelves on Monday, February 13.
Tune into the ABC tonight at 8pm to watch the new garden design show, Dream Gardens, hosted by much loved GA contributor, Michael McCoy. Watch a elegant walled kitchen garden take shape in Toowoomba, Queensland.
Keen to grow your own custard apples? We'll guide you through it in the February issue, out now!
The beautiful feature garden in this issue of Gardening Australia boasts 450 roses! Here’s a few of them – grab the Feb issue to read the story. Photos by Kim Woods Rabbidge
Is 2017 the year of the chicken at your place? Find out how you can set up a hen-friendly backyard in part one of our chook special – out now!
Can you believe that Sophie Thomson shares her gorgeous garden with 30 chooks, 7 ducks and 14 geese? Find out about life with her flock in our chook special, out now.
How do you rate your green thumb? This month's 10 Plants You Can't Kill story comes with a disclaimer – so let us know if you’ve ever killed one on the list!
Gardening Australia's Jane Edmanson says she is “tickled pink” to receive one of the highest accolades in horticulture, the Golden Wattle Award from the Australian Institute of Horticulture. Given to someone whose work with plants and gardens has promoted and advanced the profession of horticulture, the award is another well-earned feather in Jane's cap. Congratulations Jane!
Have you considered growing ornamental gingers in your garden? Grab a copy of the February issue and get inspired by our Plant of the Month.
Happy New Year everyone! And happy new issue - the February magazine hits news stands today. Enjoy!
Happy Christmas everyone! We are having a break and doing some gardening! We'll be back January 9 to kick off another great year. Best wishes for the festive season, from all of us at GA.
The brilliant Sophie Thomson did a recent TEDx talk in Adelaide on the subject of 'Saving the World with Gardening'. It's our pleasure to share it with you - click on the link below, and enjoy!

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Saving the world with gardening | Sophie Thomson | TEDxAdelaide

Gardening is good for all of us; as individuals, families, communities and global citizens. Sophie contends that so many of our problems can be eased or even...

Did you know there are more than 80 varieties of scented geranium? Find out which one smells like minty chocolate in the January issue. (Pic from The Garden Collection)