Foodcube makes growing veggies easy

Gardenworld is pleased to announce the Biofilta Foodcube planter. The foodcube is a revolutionary new Australian made product which is made out of 100% recycled plastic. It’s modular design system allows for easy linking and connection of multiple foodcubes. The foodcube features a huge 110 litre water reservoir and a 90mm connection point which can be …

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New Release – Flourish Fertiliser for Cacti & Succulent

The team here at Gardenworld are pleased to announce our newest release: Flourish soluble fertiliser for Cacti and Succulents. This effective fertiliser is available in a 500 gram box, which will make up to 900 litres of liquid formula, ideal for cacti & succulents in garden beds, outdoor containers and indoor pots. For best results …

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Quality cover pots made in Germany by SK

A favourite of both Gardenworld staff and people around the globe, Soendgen Keramic (often shortened to SK) is a German company who have been creating some of the most iconic and loved cover pot designs used around the world since 1893. Some of their most popular designs include: The Boston, with it’s textured and indented …

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New Release – Calathea Fusion White

Gardenworld is pleased to announce our new release, the Calathea Fusion White, This leafy indoor plant is characterised by it’s distinctive marbleised white, green and purple leaves and is now available at both Gardenworld Bayside and Braeside. Calatheas are currently one of the most popular indoor varieties and prefer light shade or dappled light, they …

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Melbourne Flower & Garden Show 2019

Ok, so it was called The Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, brought to you by Lawn Solutions, or more colloquially as MIFGS. Blah blah blah. (Personally I think it should just be called The Melbourne Flower Show). All photos below are in no particular order and on no particular day, using an iphone 7plus …

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Epic flowers of the Dahlia Society.

Written and photos by Bonnie-Marie Hibbs.  The Dahlia Society of Victoria was first established in 1960 by a group of enthusiastic lovers of the brilliant blooms. Their aim was to share not only their love for these flowers but the culture behind the Dahlias as well. The society is going strong and continues to hold …

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Growing herbs – fresh, easy and cost effective.

Herbs Have you ever gone to the fridge to grab the fresh cut herbs you bought from the supermarket, only to find they are limp and lifeless? Wouldn’t it be nice to just nip out to the back yard or your balcony and pick herbs that are home grown? Growing herbs are both easy and …

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Persimmon – an attractive tree to grow.

By Dennis Ting. Why are persimmon trees so attractive? For a start they have glossy green leaves in summer followed by colourful fruit and then beautiful autumn foliage colours of yellows reds and purple hues. They are fairly low maintenance in terms of pests and diseases. Furthermore they can fruit early in three years or …

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Kitagawa Village “Monet’s Garden” Japan.

By Bonnie-Marie Hibbs. I have been very fortunate over the years to explore many gardens throughout Japan. This was my seventh time to Japan and you would think after this many visits that I would have seen it all. But the wonderful thing about the gardens, parks and landscapes in Japan is that they are …

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I found my thrills on Blueberry Hill.

By James Wall. Yes, it was back up the hills on our annual sojourn, to pick up some blueberry plants. This year we are picking up only 101 advanced Brigitta’s in 30cm pots. They would fill the bottom of the truck and some of them are about waist height, so stacking them on trolleys was …

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