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.

While you are here enjoy my latest blog, have a browse through my list of Plants and other articles and don't forget to check out the Discussion Forums, my Marketplace, the member Garden Ramble and Plant Share and your local Events, Nurseries and Weather.

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"War on weeds"  - My Latest Blog

We need to use safe ways to despatch weeds!

This past week a scandal has erupted in the horticultural world, with the news that chemical giant Monsanto has been for years covering up research findings that show that its weed killer glysophate (found in Round Up and Zero) is a probable human carcinogen. This has wide implications, especially since Monsanto developed genetically engineer ... Read On »

My Special Booklet

 

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 »

May in my garden

What's out: This is a list of what is flowering in my garden this month. Read More »
Things to do: May heralds cooler weather and the colouring of autumn leaves. And there is plenty for us to do in the garden! Read More »

Member Plant Share   - Recent offers/requests

Requested:
Tibouchina multiflora
On Offer:
Clerodendrum ugandense

Please Login to use the Plant Share option. Read More »