Plant Seasonality

  • Autumn flowers

    What should you plant in autumn and what plants can you expect to flower in autumn? We have a range of information on autumn flowers to ensure your garden looks great all year round. We have gardening advice on a range of...

  • Deciduous

    Deciduous plants are plants, trees or shrubs which lose their leaves seasonally or to the shedding of other plant structures such as petals after flowering or fruit when ripe. In some cases deciduous plants lose their leaves...

  • Evergreen

    An evergreen plant is a plant that has leaves all year round, no matter what the season. This contrasts with deciduous plants, which completely lose their...

  • Herbaceous

    Herbaceous plants are typically categorised as annuals, biennials or perennials. Annuals like impatiens, snapdragons...

  • Semi-deciduous

    Semi- deciduous plants lose part of their leaves in the cooler months, but keep their leaves in milder or warmer weather. As they only drop part of their foliage for a short period of time (traditionally through the autumn...

  • Semi-Herbaceous

    Semi-herbaceous plants are not traditionally used in Australian agriculture, however studies of the hairy canary clover (a semi-herbaceous...

  • Spring flowers

    Spring is the perfect time to get out in the garden and ensure your backyard and front yard, for that matter, are bursting with colour and life. The best way to do this is to plant a range of spring flowers. Popular spring...

  • Summer flowers

    Want colourful, healthy, amazing summer flowers in your garden? We have a vareity of information for expert gardeners to gardening novices on all sorts of popular summer flowers. See how to plant and care for popular summer...