NATIVE flower company Wafex launched a new retail brand at the National Flower Centre today.
THE August “flower of the month” is the sweet pea.
VICTORIAN apiarists want their bees to be treated the same as four-legged livestock during bushfires.
TASMANIAN cider producers will show off their best in next month’s Australian Cider Awards.
ABOUT 50 Victorian farms could soon be legally planting narcotic poppy crops.
BIOSECURITY officials have toured two Victorian biosecurity operations today.
HOLDING a wine glass in one hand and swatting away flies with the other could be a thing of the past.
AUSTRALIAN super foodies can add another vegie to their hipster plates — kale sprouts.
UPDATE: THE iconic Mount Waverley camellia festival blossomed over the weekend.
MORE than 3000 delegates from 100 countries have turned out at the International Horticulture Congress in Brisbane.
NATIVE cut flower grower, wholesaler and marketer Wafex won big at the Society of American Florists outstanding varieties competition in the US last week.
TASMANIANS with a taste for truffles can now get their culinary fix year round.
WIMMERA farmer Stephen Walter has become an unlikely defender of old-fashioned crop cultivation.