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Better Homes and Gardens walk around tour of Ivy Alley

By |2019-06-24T21:54:49+10:00May 27th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Better Homes and Gardens Featured Ivy Alley on their program.

“Graham visits a very unique nursery that has sprouted and grown from a woman’s love and passion for plants, the big difference here? It’s in her backyard and access is from a laneway! For the owner, Rachel, it was either stop gardening or start a nursery to house her ever growing collection of plants. And what better way to keep an eye on your plants than to grow them close to home – actually at home. Graham discovers some fantastic upcycling projects, lots of garden inspiration and with the help of Rachel makes a very unique planter… You’re going to love this!”

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A lovely blog post from iGarden Home of the Compulsive Garden

By |2019-06-24T21:31:19+10:00May 27th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Thank you for the lovely feature on your blog iGarden

Passing through the curtain-festooned entrance, I entered into what seemed like an enchanted world: an oasis-like cloistered garden of an artistic soul who loves to arrange plants in original, creative ways, using vintage items for the display. I felt as if I was in a Victorian-era conservatory, with plants arranged in and amidst an array of quirky garden ornaments, old wares and interesting furniture repurposed to hold plants! Cleverly placed mirrors make the space seem bigger. Old ladders are employed as effective plant stands, as is an antique dressing table and a stacked set of old wooden packing crates. Many of the ideas could be used in compact gardens to make the most of available space.

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