Barangaroo Point Park, from wasteland to awesomeness

This is the newest foreshore park in Sydney, marking the transformation of one of the city’s oldest industrial sites into what it is today – a spectacular, six hectare headland open space for everyone to welcome and enjoy. This is an incredible transformation –  I walked the old wharf quite some time ago and am […]

Japanese Sunflower

Currently (late May) there are abundant yellow flowers growing up the steep slopes where banana plantations at Korora and other places along the Coffs Coast.   This intrigued me when we first moved up here to Coffs Harbour – just what were these plants? This question led me to ask the Coffs Harbour Landcare group […]

Paper Entry form to download

The paper entry form will be available from 25 July at local nurseries, the Botanic Garden, and Woolgoolga Seniors however, feel free to download your own copy.

Some tips for the Spring Garden Competition

A Little About the Comp and Some Hints Each September, the Coffs Garden Club conduct a garden competition for home owners, renters, commercial/industrial properties and WaterWise gardens. There are many different categories in this competition and there is bound to be one suitable for most folk. The competition is usually launched the last Saturday in […]

What’s in those little sachets?

Ever wanted to know what’s in those little packets that are often included in quality cut flower bunches? AND do they make a difference to the longevity of your cut flowers? Recently I was given some beautiful cut flowers (like many other Mums for Mothers Day) with the flowers presented as a bunch and attached […]