Going to Ellerslie this year?

Ellerslie International Flower Show media accreditation is available to HMAA members. Download the application form here. The show, from February 26 to March 2, 2014, is held in Christchurch’s North… Read more »

Media Masterclass

Top Tips to Garden Pics with Simon Griffiths has been added to our online Media Masterclasses. Simon is a world-renowned garden and landscape photographer and we are very privileged to… Read more »

Accommodation for Laurels & MIFGS

The HMAA Laurels are on the eve of the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show so be sure to book accommodation early.  Here are some CBD hotel suggestions, sourced through… Read more »

Australian Garden wins major award

The Australian Garden at the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne has been named Landscape of the Year at the prestigious World Architecture Festival Awards, held in Singapore earlier this week. The… Read more »

Enter the Laurels online

Entries for the 2013-14 HMAA Laurels close on Friday, October 31. To make entering as easy as possible, we’re now accepting entries online.  It’s as simple as filling in the… Read more »

AIH Congress

The Australian Institute of Horticulture (AIH) will hold its annual congress from October 22-25 incl in Brisbane. The congress is open to anyone in the horticultural industry. Guest speaker, HMAQ… Read more »

Melbourne Observatory at RBG celebrates 150 years

The Melbourne Observatory, located adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens’ main entrance plaza, celebrates its 150th anniversary with a weekend of activities on November 23 and 24. The anniversary celebrations… Read more »

Have you entered the Laurels yet?

Entries for the HMAA Laurels close on October 31. Organisers urge members to get behind the prestigious awards to be held at Melbourne’s Plaza Ballroom on Tuesday March 25, 2014… Read more »

Australian Garden Show Sydney

Crowds flocked, the weather was perfect and there was a good vibe around the Australian Garden Show, Sydney, which bodes well for the future of this event. With more than… Read more »

New ‘Plant Safely’ website

Check out the new plant safely website. Launched by the Nursery and Garden Industry Australia, it aims to help Australian gardeners avoid potential hazards. Topics covered include tool safety, poisonous… Read more »

Page 1 of 41234