Gardening - Expat Living Hong Kong
Gardening in Hong Kong: Now's the time to find plants at bargain prices
  • 26 February 2014

Gardening guru Jane Ram tells us what to look out for at the annual Hong Kong Flower Show and offers inspiration for rooftop gardeners

Gardening in Hong Kong: 'Tis the season
  • 19 December 2013

From testing soil for acidity, to a new gardening guide for Hong Kong, Jane Ram shares the latest

Gardening in Hong Kong: Seedling time
  • 7 October 2013

Jane Ram says that it is still not too late to sow seeds for most herbs and tender leafy vegetables plus many flowering annuals

Gardening in Hong Kong: Scented Plants
  • 13 September 2013

Jane Ram from the Hong Kong Gardening Society recommends fragrant flowers for every season

Gardening in Hong Kong: What to consider when choosing which tree to plant
  • 6 September 2013

The right tree in the right place adds balance and focus to a garden, so choose carefully says Jane Ram of the Hong Kong Gardening Society

Gardening in Hong Kong: Herbal Remedies
  • 4 August 2013

For garden owners and windowsill farmers alike, pot of fresh herbs or a modest bowl of home-grown potatoes can represent an immensely satisfying achievement, says Jane Ram of the Hong Kong Gardening Society

Gardening in Hong Kong: Preparing for Autumn
  • 8 July 2013

Jane Ram from the Hong Kong Gardening Society on how to take stock of your plants and decide what’s worth propagating, and what should be pruned or discarded

Gardening in Hong Kong: Ideas and inspiration for your outside space
  • 11 June 2013

Inspiration for gardeners can be hard to find in Hong Kong, so Jane Ram from the Hong Kong Gardening Society shows you where to look

Gardening in Hong Kong: What to plant when there's barely enough room to move
  • 20 May 2013

Jane Ram from the Hong Kong Gardening Society offers plenty of useful advice for aspiring green thumbs 

Gardening in Hong Kong: How to deal with pests in your garden this Spring
  • 25 April 2013

Recognise and remove unwanted pests in your garden before they become a major task, says Jane Ram from the Hong Kong Gardening Society