What colour flowers do you like? What type of plants? I love Hibiscus ones.
Time To Sow Flanders Poppies
Often recognised as the emblem of Anzac and Remembrance Days, Flanders Poppies have a beautiful rich red flower with a dark centre. Scatter seed direct into the garden where they are to grow, as Flanders poppies don’t transplant well.
Cover lightly with Yates® Seed Raising Mix (so the seed are only around 3mm deep). To create bushier, stronger poppies, pinch out the early buds and also watch for snails and slugs (which are easy to control with a light scattering of Yates® Blitzem® Snail & Slug Pellets).
To promote healthy poppies with lots of flowers, feed each week with Yates® Thrive® Roses & Flowers Liquid Plant Food. It contains nitrogen for healthy leaf growth as well as being fortified with additional potassium to encourage lots of beautiful red poppies.
Read more at http://www.yates.com.au/garden-calendar/april/flowering-plants/#BIth4quXQ5xjubic.99
Jason has some great suggestions for native plants that are low maintenance and are sure to attract more wildlife to your garden.
my aunt gave me some sad plants to see if they come back to life. hope they do!
don’t think it is ever going to cool down. my plants are really thirsty so I have to water them every day
what sort of plants do you like? I like pretty flowers and unusual plants
I’m a flower maniac and love playing in dirt. My favourite thing to do is to sit on my veranda looking at and smelling my plants. Only started gardening a couple of months ago and I love it! My grandmother (Nandy) used to be a gardening maniac.