Welcome To iGarden

Hello and welcome to iGarden. Anyone who knows me will know that I am 'The Compulsive Gardener' - I love everything about gardening.

Allow me to share some of my enthusiasm and interests in gardening. This is more than just about plants: it's also about the people involved in gardening; their books and gardens; planting schemes; choosing appropriate plant types; colour selection... There is plenty to think and read about in iGarden with a focus on the plants I know best and those that do especially well in my garden in Sydney.

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"Consider camellias"  - My Latest Blog

This is the time of year to enjoy Camellia flowers.

One of my greatest gardening regrets is that I didn't plant more Camellia when I began my garden 20 years ago. Sydney has the perfect climate for these plants. They would be robust shrubs by now, full of blooms and having a real presence in the garden, providing vital evergreen structure. I did plant some, but mainly Camellia sasanqua, which give lots of welcome colour in autumn; ho ... Read On »

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Garden Ramble - Latest addition: Ros's Garden

Ros: "Biandar, a rainforest garden. Biandar is situated in the hills behind Byron Bay. A remnant of sub-tropical rainforest adjoins the house on the northern and western sid ... Ramble »

July in my garden

What's out: This is a list of what is flowering in my garden this month. Read More »
Things to do: The coldest month brings new gardening tasks to do! Read More »

Member Plant Share   - Recent offers/requests

Requested:
Lycoris radiata
On Offer:
Brugmansia species

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