Gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT has a view about ordering bulbs on line. Don't!
Gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT says the leaves are going to be falling earlier this year and summer is to blame.
Gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT remembers he'd forgotten to write about holly... for decades!
Historical asters flower in late summer and throughout autumn, and they’re already popping up, says gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT.
Hardy crepe myrtle is long-flowering, suits small gardens and even the bark is stunning, writes gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT
Extreme, but effective… gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT says it's time to cut back hellebore leaves to ground level.
There was rain, hail, dust, smoke and fire... it's been a challenging summer in the garden, says CEDRIC BRYANT.
NOW the holidays have mostly passed, it's time to reassess the garden and with the extremes of recent weather, it can be rather a pitiful sight.
Gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT can’t imagine a garden without the sound and antics of birds.
Gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT suggests filling the garden with hardy perennials that thrive in the heat.
Cistus is the perfect drought-resistant plant and its large, fragrant flowers are stunning in early summer, writes gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT
Gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT suggests presenting a brilliant show of real red plants for the Christmas table.
Gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT reveals the most effective method for watering garden beds in the face of a hot, dry summer.
Gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT says feijoa makes an excellent evergreen hedge.
A garden is not really a garden without trees, says gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT.
Clematis is a magnificent climber that thrives almost on neglect, says gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT.
Gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT says Robert Brown could be Australia's forgotten botanist.
"I am repeatedly asked about the effect of climate change on gardening from individuals to groups. So let's consider a few facts..." here's this week's gardening column from CEDRIC BRYANT.
Annuals have a place in most gardens; Floriade wouldn't survive without the infill of instant colour, writes gardening columnist CEDRIC BRYANT.
Can anyone really get excited about new plants? Gardening writer CEDRIC BRYANT says he certainly can, especially with the incredible range of perennials.