Garden Ramble

Members write about their own gardens

"Garden Ramble" allows registered members to look at what other keen gardeners are doing in their own backyards.
Why not add a profile of your own garden so others can enjoy the fruits of your labour, get an understanding of what works well in your environment and perhaps get some planting inspiration.

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Latest Addition - Pamela's New South Wales Garden

 The Wallace garden, set on 5 acres of clay soil in Dural NSW, was originally designed by well-known garden designer, Michael Bligh but had not evolved greatly since its inception. In 3 years besides installing ... Please Sign In to continue »

Kathryn's New South Wales Garden

 My garden is a more of a plant collection at the moment than a planned garden. The garden area around the house is quite limited with one long narrow bed at the front, a smaller one at the side and a long narro ... Please Sign In to continue »

Deirdre's New South Wales Garden

 We began our garden in 1994. It is a battle-axe block with a long driveway. Some efforts at gardening had been made by the previous owner but these were fairly minimal and consisted of a lot of black plastic an ... Please Sign In to continue »

Ros's New South Wales Garden

 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 sides, and to the east the vista is across ... Please Sign In to continue »

Jan's New South Wales Garden

 Welcome to our property at Yass, a country town situated just outside of Canberra, near the Hume Highway in NSW. We have over 30 acres with about 20 split off for two pet sheep, our first 'stock'. It is a lo ... Please Sign In to continue »

Pam's Victorian Garden

 My husband and I have lived at our present address in Geelong, Victoria since 2002. We downsized to this house but felt we had another garden in us, so were happy to take on the neglected garden on a steeply s ... Please Sign In to continue »

Chris's Queensland Garden

 My garden is somewhat an old fashioned garden and not as neat as some. I have tried to replicate the plants that my green fingered mother in law planted in this garden about 30 years ago, when it was her garden ... Please Sign In to continue »

Caroline's Queensland Garden

 After moving into our old Queenslander four years ago, I could see a very overgrown, unloved garden. On 810m2, it had 'good bones' and some dominating features - the most obvious an enormous 80+ year old Campho ... Please Sign In to continue »

Sheree's Queensland Garden

 My husband Barry and I (Sheree),purchased a half acre of land at Mt Mee 21 years ago and proceeded to build our dream house on it. First to be built was our own replica English pub. An unusual dream in Australi ... Please Sign In to continue »