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A unique garden in Camberwell.

By James Wall. This morning we were thrilled to visit an open garden in Camberwell, an inner suburb of Melbourne. I think the houses are Edwardian in the area and most of them seem beautifully restored. This house’s owner, Natalie had also created a beautiful garden. The design was inspired by English garden designer Dan …

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Friday night at the Garden Club

By James Wall. You don’t often get to talk on a Friday night at a garden club. But tonight was the Waverley Garden Club’s monthly meeting. With over 100 keen members, I was looking forward to the visit. Upon entering the competition area, there were only the judges and stewards to be seen. No-one else …

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Tiny Titan – the plant that was huge.

“TINY” – THE TITAN ARUM BOTANICAL NAME - Amorphophallus titanum. It was a week or so before christmas that the plant appeared at Gardenworld. It turned out that a staff member from Collector’s corner, Marco, had bought the tuber quite a few years ago and then sold it to his boss Jeno who had grown it …

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Champion plants of the Carniverous form.

Last weekend Collector’s Corner @ Gardenworld held the annual show for the Victorian Carniverous Plants Society.Apologies for at this stage not naming the growers of these two champion plants. The Grand Champion was Heliamphora folliculata (murosipan) pictured above. Heliamphora folliculata is a species of Marsh Pitcher Plant endemic to the Aparaman group of tepuis in …

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