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March Gardening Australia Magazine Paperblog Pick in Gardening

March Gardening Australia Magazine

The March edition of Gardening Australia Magazine is out and once again I have one to give away!This month has a feature on one of my favourite flowers...it's South Australia's... Read more

Review: Encyclopedia Flowering Shrubs Paperblog Pick in Gardening

Review: Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs

The arrival of a review copy from Timberpress of the Encyclopedia of Flowering Shrubs by Jim Gardiner was very timely.  I have recently realised, a bit slow off the mark, that... Read more

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    Ryan's Garden Competition: Granite Torches

    As March has been so gray and damp lately I thought I'd go ahead and spoil you all with not one but two competitions. In partnership with Garden Items, I'm... Read more

    The 16 March 2012 by   Ryansgarden
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    The 28 March 2012 by   Alternativeeden
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  • Plant of the Week: Magnolia Stellata

    Plant Week: Magnolia Stellata

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    The 13 March 2012 by   Davis Landscape Architecture
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  • Makeover Madness

    Makeover Madness

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    The 31 March 2012 by   Gardenamateur
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  • Late Season Peaches...yum!!!

    Late Season Peaches...yum!!!

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    The 31 March 2012 by   Scarecrow
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  • Spring Has Finally Sprung

    Spring Finally Sprung

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    The 24 March 2012 by   Chooksandroots
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  • A Special Day

    Special

    One of my new helleboresToday is my birthday, and thank you to all my blogging friends for the good wishes. This year I decided that as it was on a Friday I... Read more

    The 02 March 2012 by   Patientgardener
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  • Early Garlic

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    The 14 March 2012 by   Scarecrow
  • It's Not Drought, It's Denver!

    It's Drought, Denver!

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    The 31 March 2012 by   Jules
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  • The Salad Challenge

    Salad Challenge

    I'd fully intended joining the 52 week salad challenge that was started over on VP's Veg Plotting blog back in January. I even thought I had a head start as... Read more

    The 14 March 2012 by   Jules

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