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Water lotus in a tropical garden

"I’ve been amazed about where the requests for plants come from. People are looking for subtropical plants and can’t find them locally.
If you produce the kinds of plants covered by the Magazine, you should be here. subTropical Gardening is helping people find us that we can’t reach any other way." Rob Hitchcock –
The Orchid Oasis

"We at The Frangipani Gardens have subscribed to the subTropical Gardening magazine for some time and have found that every edition contains interesting articles and subjects for the home and professional gardener alike. This is the one gardening magazine we collect and have kept from edition # 1. Initially we purchased the magazine from the newsagent but find it so much more convenient to subscribe and have each new edition arrive by mail.
We have advertised our product RUST-RID Garden Fungicide for the treatment of Frangipani rust with great success because of the vast distribution and popularity of the magazine around Australia. We recommend subTropical Gardening to all people interested in gardens and the environment. The presentation is so professional it would certainly grace any coffee table."
Merv & Wendy –
The Frangipani Gardens, Forest Lake

"There is so much information and ideas relevant to my garden and climate. Plus I am excited by the 'classifieds' advertising suppliers that are local to me that I never knew existed till now! Thank you."
K Shervey – Morayfield


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Started July 2005

Sold via newsagents and subscription nationally

Target audience: keen gardeners who live in warm climate areas encompassing tropics, subtropics and warm temperate zones
(i.e. Sydney latitude across Australia and north).

Print run: 10,000 per Quarter

 

Print frequency: Quarterly – Feb, May, Aug, Nov

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