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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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Gardens in Sydney this autumn are surely the best they’ve been for a many years, thanks to all the rain we got in February and March. It’s so sad that we can’t visit one another’s gardens now to admire them. A friend who lives just up the road from me made me a video of her gorgeous garden last weekend, and I felt as if I was really there, walking around with her, as she spoke to the camer …

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This is my newly revised edition :

 


Pamela: “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 i …
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What’s out: This is a list of what is flowering in my garden this month.
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Things to do: April is a wonderful time to be in the garden!
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Osmanthus fragrans

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Shrub-like Begonia

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