We don't often think about visiting gardens in winter, but a winter visit can be most worthwhile. Take time to see how evergreen plants can be used as structural backbones and how hard landscaping is designed to bring together areas of the garden.
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What to do in the garden for July
Visit a garden
The winter months are the best time to move smaller deciduous plants around the garden. Dig up a good portion of the root ball, then place the plant on a tarp to move to its new location. Plant it to the same depth it was growing before and water in well.
Grow some sprouts
Get your nutritional fix with healthy, home grown sprouts. Alfalfa, mung beans, radish and broccoli all make delicious sprouts in just 5 to 7 days.
Members news and events
Australian Landscape Conference
The 2015 Australian Landscape Conference brings together some of the world's most brilliant designers to Melbourne from Sept 18-22.
Diggers members will receive a 10% discount on registration. Contact us on 03 5984 7900 for your special promotion code then register online at www.landscapeconference.com
For more information, view their brochure here.
Our new Seed Annual is out!
The 2015-16 Seed Annual is being posted this week. This is your ultimate guide to the best range of heirloom vegetable seeds, cottage flowers and garden hardware. Find out what is new and shop for your favourite heirloom legends.
Head to Cloudehill this winter to see an exhibition of art in the winter garden. With over 40 pieces to view, this is the largest display they have featured.