If your trees are tied to a staked or other support, then check them now to make sure the support is not cutting into the trunks. Material used to tie up trees may have deteriorated over summer, so replace it now to withstand winter winds.
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What to do in the garden
Check tree ties
Divide herbaceous perennials
It is the perfect time to multiply your plant collection by dividing clumps of herbaceous perennials. Clumps of sedums can be 'cut' with a sharp spade and the new, smaller clumps planted around the garden or given away to friends.
Tidy up fallen fruit
Clean up fruit that has fallen off the trees. Pop them in the bin instead of leaving them to rot under the trees and harbour diseases and pests.
Members news and events
Only Diggers members can choose from 2 free garden treasures when they spend over $99- hurry offer ends June 30th
Clive heads to Brisbane and Byron Bay in mid June to launch his new book, There is no excuse for ugliness. He'll be joined by local gardening personalities, Phil Dudman and Annette McFarlane along the way. Bookings are essential for this special event.
Masterclasses with Perth garden experts
The Diggers Club presents an exciting weekend of masterclasses at Perth Zoo in June. Learn expert tips from garden writer Sabrina Hahn on the morning of Sat June 27th, then share her knowledge about growing citrus on Sun June 28th. Deryn Thorpe, writer for The West Australian, show you how to grow plants for free on the afternoon of Sat 27th June.