Lambley Gardens & Nursery, 395 Lesters Road,  Ascot,  Victoria 3364
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David Glenn's Garden Notes

Garden Notes From 2016

Every week I pick a basket full of vegetables for our Ballarat children and grandchildren. more... about A basket full of vegetables

I’m often asked by visitors to the garden why their poppy seed hasn’t germinated. more... about How to plant poppies

Occasionally, very occasionally in gardening reality comes close to the dream. A flower border made up of a mixture of shrubs, perennials, bulbs, climbers and annuals growing together cheek by jowl is so beautiful that even I, the garden’s fiercest critic, am besotted by it. more... about Self-sown flower seeds

I only started growing spider flowers, Cleome hassleriana, two or three years ago although on the rare times I’d seen them growing in other people’s gardens over the years I was always smitten. more... about Spider Flowers

Arum concinatum

The true Arums are a race of great beauty and with one exception are unlikely to ever become a problem in the garden. The genus suffers from being confused with Zantedesia aethiopica, the big white, often weedy lily wrongly called by florists and gardeners alike as the Arum Lily. more... about The True Arums

Garden Notes From 2015

Last week I attended the inaugural meeting of the Australian Garden Council which was held in Parliament House Canberra. more... about Graham Ross and the Australian Garden Council

Turkey is such a rich source of plants for Australian Gardens and such a source of fascination for plant people. The following images represent many of our favourite Turkish species but is by no means an exhaustive list of all we grow here. more... about Turkish Plants for Australia

The planting in our Mediterranean garden is three years old and looks pretty good at the moment. Archibald’s form of Salvia sclarea is as amazing as ever. The seed for this particular strain was collected in the Taurus Mountains of Turkey thirty years ago by Jim and Jenny Archibald. more... about Mediterranean Gardening in Australia

Fritillaria spetsiotica

I first saw Fritillaria rhodocanakis blooming in Otto Fauser’s Olinda garden forty years ago. The flower was so extraordinarily beautiful it has haunted me ever since. more... about A Haunting Fritillaria from Hydra

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