Whether you garden in a cool, temperate region, sizzle in the tropical summer or your greenery is all indoors, we’ve got you covered in our December issue. Take a look inside…

The inside story
The pot plant has come out of hiding as a young, mobile generation with a keen interest in decorating discovers the powerful effect of greenery in the home. Pop-up sales and warehouse nurseries add to the funky barometer of former favourites like monstera, fiddleleaf fig, devil’s ivy and so many more. Meet some of the new breed of decorator-come-gardener taking the Melbourne scene by storm.

Versatile dogwoods
These cool-climate beauties deliver a spectacular spring show, wonderful autumn colour and some varieties have beautiful coloured bark to brighten your garden through winter, too. Read how to make your garden glow with tips on the best choices, planting and care.

Dwarf bougainvillea
Love the colour but not the rampant habit of a regular bougainvillea? Try one of the dwarf cultivars instead. They look fantastic in baskets or pots and can be combined in clever colour combinations for some real razzle dazzle.

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Holman Garden Lighting packs
Win a Seasol hamper of garden goodies

Grab the December issue, turn to page 84, and try your hand at the crossword for your chance to win a Seasol hamper of garden products. Competition closes December 4.

WIN a Fiskars Tree Pruning Set
WIN a Fiskars Tree Pruning Set worth $398

We have 2 x Fiskars Tree Pruning Set’s to give away. Enter the competition  Video: See Fiskars Tree Pruner in Action