Real World Gardener Design Around Entertaining Area

November 15th, 2012

REAL WORLD GARDENER Wed. 5pm 2RRR 88.5fm Sydney and Across Australia on the Community Radio
Network.
www.realworldgardener.com

The complete CRN edition of RWG is available on http://www.cpod.org.au/ , just click on 2RRR to find this week’s edition.

STREAMING LIVE ON 2rrr at http://www.2rrr.org.au/player/index.php Wed. 5pm

Design Elements

 

with Louise McDaid

In a lot of places in Australia,
the days have begun to be quite warm, so thinking of tropical plants for an
area in the garden suddenly has become quite appealing. Even if you live in an
arid zone or cool temperate area, you can still achieve that tropical look with
plants that grow well in your local district. Knowing how to arrange them is
the key to achieving that tropical look, and around the entertainment area, it
might be de rigour. Listen here to find out....

The whole garden doesn’t have to
be tropical. If you live in a cooler or
arid area, you might have a tropical theme within your garden style. Somewhere in
your garden where you like to sit and read or think, you can add a tropical
touch here and there, with plants that are suited to the climate you live in. There
is a microclimate that suits those plants that were mentioned. You get the
idea.

Real World Gardener Design Around Entertaining Area

November 15th, 2012

REAL WORLD GARDENER Wed. 5pm 2RRR 88.5fm Sydney and Across Australia on the Community Radio
Network.
www.realworldgardener.com

The complete CRN edition of RWG is available on http://www.cpod.org.au/ , just click on 2RRR to find this week’s edition.

STREAMING LIVE ON 2rrr at http://www.2rrr.org.au/player/index.php Wed. 5pm

Design Elements

 

with Louise McDaid

In a lot of places in Australia,
the days have begun to be quite warm, so thinking of tropical plants for an
area in the garden suddenly has become quite appealing. Even if you live in an
arid zone or cool temperate area, you can still achieve that tropical look with
plants that grow well in your local district. Knowing how to arrange them is
the key to achieving that tropical look, and around the entertainment area, it
might be de rigour. Listen here to find out....

The whole garden doesn’t have to
be tropical. If you live in a cooler or
arid area, you might have a tropical theme within your garden style. Somewhere in
your garden where you like to sit and read or think, you can add a tropical
touch here and there, with plants that are suited to the climate you live in. There
is a microclimate that suits those plants that were mentioned. You get the
idea.

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