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Winter gardening tips
31 May 2017

Do's, don'ts and handy winter advice from Botanic Gardens curators.

Mount Lofty autumn colour from above
15 May 2017

Take a bird's-eye view of Mount Lofty Botanic Garden's iconic autumn show.

Using topiary to make your garden shine
25 April 2017

Everything you need to know about training and growing plants into shapes and forms to make your garden a work of art.

Bean families, detectives and ladybirds
21 April 2017

Term One is done and dusted - come and see what's been happening in the garden!

What is plant propagation and why is it important?
16 April 2017

Dissecting a fundamental skill for gardeners with our Nursery Curator, Matt Coulter.

Meet the 2017 National Rose Trial Garden People's Choice winner!
12 April 2017

The people have spoken and this fragrant French beauty came out on top.

Meet our Corpse Flower relatives
20 March 2017

Three of our stinky Titan Arum's relatives bloomed at Mount Lofty Botanic Garden's Nursery this summer [video inside].

The old and the new
01 March 2017

With Little Sprouts sessions set to resume this month, we look at new developments in the Garden, plus a very old crop!

Autumn gardening tips
01 March 2017

We ask Botanic Gardens of South Australia curators for their autumn advice to make your garden shine.

Seed Hunters - they're big in Japan!
23 February 2017

The work of the South Australian Seed Conservation Centre turns up all over the world.

Go on a virtual tour of the Garden!
13 February 2017

Google Street View’s Trekker now allows you to visit Adelaide Botanic Garden from anywhere in the world.

Flinders finds
08 February 2017

On the hunt for rare and endemic species for a special Botanic Gardens project.

What are our hero plants?
07 February 2017

Our third Corpse Flower bloom sees Lucy reflecting on what makes a particular plant species a hero?

Surrounded by sunflowers
27 January 2017

There's been a lot happening in the Garden before classes kick off in March, including our stunning sunflowers!

Our Nelumbo Pond is dazzling right now
24 January 2017

These sacred lotus flowers are stopping crowds in their tracks.

Corpse Flower time lapse
18 January 2017

On 3 January 2017 Ganteng the Corpse Flower bloomed at Adelaide Botanic Garden - now we bring you the vision.

A lifetime at the Gardens
28 December 2016

Thekla Reichstein notches up 60 years of service to the Botanic Gardens of South Australia.

Tread carefully: life in the soil
23 December 2016

You've admired the green foliage and pretty purple flowers at the City Crop, but what lies underneath?

Stranger Things
21 December 2016

Adelaide may soon have another Corpse Flower on its hands, but not as we know it.

Green Globe winners
15 December 2016

The South Australian Seed Conservation Centre team takes out a coveted Green Globe award!

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