Things to do this month

Plant herbs in pots

Herbs like thyme, oregano and chives are perfect for pots. Now is the time to plant them to take advantage for the spring growing season. Don't forget to use a good quality mix and feed them every month or so. 

Tie up broad beans

Broad Beans will be growing fast now and unsupported plants will topple over. Tie up plants to a string line supported by garden stakes to keep them upright. 

Feed your bulbs!

As spring flowering bulbs die back, give them a last minute feed to plump up bulbs for next season. A few handfuls of pelletised manure will do the trick. 

This month in the garden

Sow your own vegie seeds

There’s nothing more satisfying than growing your own food from seed. So dig into spring with these expert sowing tips. Watch seed sowing video 

Secret to growing summer flowering perennials

The Diggers Club prides itself on our magnificent perennial borders and our 'This Goes with That' philosophy makes it even easier to design and plant a stunning perennial garden to bring joy year after year. Dowload your free copy of ‘The Secret to summer flowering perennials’. 

Secret to succulents

Create a lush summer garden using the same succulents featured in the Heronswood dry garden. Your summer garden never looked so lush, Download your free ‘Lush summer garden planting plan.’

 

The best garden advice

The Diggers Club is an Australian gardening authority.

Members are offered personalised garden advice so they can learn what grows best in their gardening climate.

We have a range of garden advice; from online articles and fact sheets, eight seasonal magazines and a garden advisor to take your calls or answer your email queries.  

Members can also visit us our garden shops or dig a bit deeper at a monthly workshops or masterclass

Garden Advice Highlights

Articles & More

Magazine stories, fact sheets and e-news

Diggers Magazines

Seasonal garden magazines for members

Garden Design

Let The Diggers Club help design your garden!

Garden Ideas

Inspiration for your own garden

Climate Maps

Maps to help you choose the right plants for your climate

Video Tutorials

Practical advice on helping you garden grow

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