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The Queen grants a rare glimpse into Frogmore House gardens
Queen Elizabeth has granted rare access to one of her favourite retreats, to help celebrate 70 years of Britain’s foremost...
Six ways to make your own cost-effective, organic garden spray
You can end up spending a fortune buying the remedies to safeguard your plants. While readily available, organic sprays don’t...
Poorer Aussie suburbs will suffer more in the heat, study finds
Australia is shaping up for a scorcher of a summer, and how much you suffer could come down to where...
Cities around the world are adopting this new trend
Many people throw around the term “environmental sustainability” with no intention of discovering what it means or how it could...
The perfect gardening hack is coming to Australia
For a few years now, the UK has been able to take advantage of Miimo, the garden robot that can...
Bringing your garden indoors
Gardening is traditionally thought of as a seasonal activity, but rising temperatures don’t have to signal the end of your growing...
How to bring your garden indoors
Gardening is traditionally thought of as a seasonal activity, but cooling temperatures and falling leaves don’t have to signal the...
How to make your own Macrame plant hanger
Do you remember Macrame? Yes, the craze that resulted in half of our homes during the ‘70s being adorned with...
How to grow your own backyard bounty
Backyard Bounty is a beautifully illustrated and written book printed on quality paper as it deserves. My faith in books in...
Maggie Beer spills her secrets for health and wellbeing
Starts at 60 chatted to celebrity cook Maggie Beer about her career, cooking and her foundation to improve the quality of...
Make your own mystical garden meditation labyrinth
A labyrinth is often confused with a maze. So what is the difference? A maze is designed to confuse anyone...
How to make your own herbal tea straight from the garden
Herbal teas are popular for a number of reasons – not only do they taste great but there are many...
Why your garden might get you in legal trouble
Establishing a verge, nature strip or a footpath garden can certainly show pride in your neighbourhood. While you may just...
10 ways to use vinegar in your garden
We’ve all been aware that vinegar is not only a delicious chip flavouring, but also a brilliant all-purpose cleaner in...
Dream Gardens host offers advice for all gardeners
Growing up Michael McCoy had no interest in gardening. The 53-year-old host of ABC’s Dream Gardens said it was being...
How to grow your own turmeric at home
Turmeric has long been considered a powerful spice. Some claim it fights and prevents disease, other says it helps ward...
How a community garden can keep your green thumb alive
Downsizing to a smaller place, or moving into a unit complex or community living doesn’t mean you have to give...
Amazing 115-year-old rhododendron in full bloom
"It's the size of a small house!" ...
Healthy and affordable snacks you can make at home
If you hate to see good food go to waste, or if you would love a cheap and healthy option...
Breathe easy with natural air fresheners
When you don’t have fresh flowers but you wish your house smelled like them, try making your own scented spray....
Could you retire in this house?
When it comes to building your dream home, what would you imagine it would be? For some it is to...
Starts at 60 Features
Healthy Cooking: Nutritious made delicious
Our eight part cooking series looks at your health from all directions and provides the tips, tricks and tools to live longer, healthier and happier at 60.
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Health and Wellbeing: Live better at 60 and beyond
Our ten part health and wellbeing series looks at your health from all directions and provides the tips, tricks and tools to live longer, healthier and happier at 60.
Changes to home care: what you need to know
Find out what the February 2017 changes could mean for you or a loved one.