The November issue is bursting with practical advice, what to plant now and inspiration from fellow gardeners around the nation. Here’s a peek of what’s inside.

No-fuss flowers to plant now

Calibrachoa and its close relative petunia are happy-go-lucky plants that flower year-round in warm climates and they look great planted out in a pot or basket. Check out some more unusual varieties and learn how to help them flourish.

Storage ideas for small gardens

Your garden may be too small for a traditional shed but there are plenty of ways to create storage space. Pick up some nifty ideas for transforming ordinary objects into a place for all your essential garden tools and materials.

Crop rotation made easy

If you have a vegie patch, one way to lower the incidence of diseases and capitalise on nutrient levels is to use crop rotation. Follow our easy-to-follow guide and handy diagram to try out the system in your garden.

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