This Garden is Full of Inspiration for Potted Plants | GARDEN | Great Home Ideas



Graham Ross visits Gardenalia, in New South Wales’ Southern Highlands, to check out the amazing potted plant display found here. Click here to subscribe:

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43 comments

  1. GORGEOUS!! I hv problems with snails this year. Ugh. They climb on my pots n posts of my pergola. We've been having lots of rain…guess that's why?

  2. I love when individuals find a niche to thrive in. I am so blessed to have discovered this video and Margarette's gift.

  3. Lovely abundance. I hope she has a local university to donate these to when she retires. I would hate to see all this go to waste. She's brilliant. Should be teaching.

  4. Beautiful tree limes!! We everything is totally gorgeous .. the plants don’t freeze?? Where are you located ?

  5. POOR MINDSET IMMEDIATELY SEES A SURPLUS AS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR CONSUMPTION. RICH MINDSET SEEKS TO SPEND THEIR TIME, RESOURCES, AND ENERGY ON WORK THAT CONTINUES TO PAY OFF LONG AFTER THE EFFORT HAS BEEN INVESTED.

  6. Your flowers and pots are stunning! But my question is how do you manage to pay the high prices for pots?!! Here in the US just regular ordinary plastic or clay pots are $30-40.00. If you buy really unusual or figured pots like you have they can run well into the hundreds of dollars. I didn’t know that copper repels snails. I learn something new every day. I enjoyed the tour of your flowers. Thank you!

  7. Wow why is the way she can has such a variety of plants in her garden and every one of them are amazing and full of Color. All they are in perfect conditions!!

  8. So gorgeous! I’m gradually adding more and more pots to my garden and this is so inspirational!!!

  9. OMG I love it. ts amazing. Congratulations the secret is Love for her garden. Thanks for sharing.

  10. I'm trying something similar with old washing machine drums the numerous holes allow air root pruning & they're cheap & plentiful can't afford those gorgeous decorative pots like Margaret. Her idea with the root pruning is genius. I wonder how often does she root prune the lemon tree. This garden should be a legacy for generations to come .

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