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Get the best out of your winter garden. Grow juicy mandarins, learn to read your plants’ body language, and discover simple ways to provide food and habitat for local wildlife.
Put out the welcome mat
From leaving a small patch of grass unmown to putting out a saucer of lemon slices for butterflies to feast on, there are many ways gardeners can make a difference to little creatures in search of food and shelter. Pick up 25+ great ideas from wildlife expert Leonard Cronin and the TV presenters.
Tuck into mandarins straight from your own backyard, with advice on planting and maintenance, top varieties, pest and disease management, and how to espalier them against a fence.
Bells & whistles
Correas are a beautiful and useful native for gardeners south of the subtropics. They thrive in sun and shade, and produce mostly bell-shaped flowers that attract nectar-feeding birds throughout the year.