This potted garden special brings you flower pots, indoor pots, crafty pots and edible pots, plus your usual array of interesting plants, seasonal jobs and step-by-steps

Help for your house plants
Are your indoor plants looking the worse for wear? Explore some of the most common problems, and an expert’s advice on how to get sick plants back on track.

All hail (ornamental) kale!
The spectacular two-toned leaves of this cabbage relative grow in an open rosette shape, in eye-catching colour combinations of white and green, yellow and green, and pinky-purple and green. Planted en masse in the garden or grouped in pots, they add long-lasting colour and texture.

The charm of flowering quince
If your garden is short on colour during winter and early spring, consider planting a Japanese flowering quince. Frost-hardy and rich in nectar, providing a welcome supplement for birds when food is scarce, it can be grown in most parts of Australia, except the tropics.

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We have two sets of Capi planters, with two pots in each set, to give away, valued at $248 per set. To enter, tell us in 25 words or less about your favourite outdoor potted plant. Enter here, for your chance to win. Competition closes on June 16.

WIN tickets to the QLD Garden Expo 12-14 July!

The countdown is on as the Queensland’s Premier Gardening event, the Queensland Garden Expo, celebrates its 35th anniversary over 3 glorious days. Join us in Nambour on the Sunshine Coast from 12-14 July, and you will find over 360 exhibitors (including 55 nurseries), stunning landscape garden displays, floral art competition, cooking stage and so much … Continue reading WIN tickets to the QLD Garden Expo 12-14 July!