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By James Wall. A story about a gold medal Show Garden that Gardenworld sourced many of the plants for. On a cold Wednesday morning we were queuing outside the historical Exhibition Buildings when I bumped into a rather forlorn looking Phillip Withers. Like most designers doing a show garden, the last few nights had been
Story & Photography by: Bonnie-Marie Hibbs. If you happened to stop by Gardenworld over the weekend you may have noticed the abundance of bright coloured blooms that the Rose Society of Victoria had on display. Displayed were some of the society’s best performing roses for flower form, colour and fragrance. The brightly coloured blooms were
Emmaline Bowman is one of the new generation of Landscape Designers. A woman brought up in the Gippsland countryside, Emmaline practices what she preaches. Her belief in using native plants was seen first hand in this years Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show where she won first prize in the Boutique Garden Competition. Now her
We just thought we would have a peek over the fence at this years Melbourne Flower Show. Gardenworld has been proud to supply plants to Phillip Withers show garden show and a boutique garden by Emmaline Bowman. And of course our good friends Brent Reid from Candeo Design and Semken Landscaping are also there. We
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. Carex grass adds an interesting dimension to the perennial
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