Before I started this blog, I didn't realize that there was a whole world, literally and figuratively, of garden blogs out there. I am so glad to have discovered them and hope that you also find the time to visit and enjoy the other gardens.
Alistair and his wife Myra have been gardening for over 40 years. Read their stories, browse through their pictures and learn from their experiences in their gardens in Aberdeen and Chesire.
Enjoy this tropical garden in North Queensland Australia
Mark and Gaz are keen gardeners who have taken on the challenge of growing a tropical garden in Bedfordshire, UK.
Nature photography, plants and ornamental species and other interesting animal encounters from Andrea's travels.
Gerhard Bock's blog about eclectic gardening in Sacramento Valley.
So named because 1) the blogger loves plants with spines or spurs that can hurt you. 2) of the danger of spending too much money on gardening and 3) because she uses plants that are barely adaptable to her climate.
Deb is neither a horticulturist nor a landscape professional. She has been gardening for some time and credits her knowledge and experience to books, journals, other gardeners plus trial and error.
Diana chronicles her wildlife gardening in Porterville, South Africa.
A garden scrapbook with lots of photos.
The blog of Charlotte who travels the world to visit gardens and share the best ones with us.
Patty, in her current roles as gardener, horticulturist and blogger, discusses the trials and tribulations of her personal garden.
Donna, a Master Gardener and architect, blogs about the beauty and creativity found while gardening in Niagara Falls, New York.
Meems blogs about her central florida garden where she combines Florida natives, Florida-Friendly plants, and tropicals.
Frances Caple features photos and stories about an island off the northwest coast of Scotland.
This is Alan's "diary" as he creates and maintains his suburban St. Louis garden. Read his daily posts about his plants, projects and discoveries.
Diana is a novice gardener who started gardening to ensure that the family's vegetables are chemical free. She writes of the trials of growing tropical and cool climate vegetables in Adelaide, Australia. (Last post December 2013)
Aleem, a businessman, shares his love for plants through very informative posts about their cultivation and habitat. Featured are plants from his collection.
Bernie H writes about her garden in North Eastern Australia.
Bangchik and Kakdah invite you to join them on their adventure into home vegetable gardening in Putrajaya, Tanah Merah, and Johor Malaysia.
Autumn Belle's adventures in container gardening, native and rare plants and the tropical rainforests of Malaysia.
Patrick Gozon is a plant enthusiast who shares interesting facts that he learned and collected about Philippine native flora.
Rob shares his fascination and addiction to carnivorous plants particularly sarracenias.
Enjoy Noel's photography as he finds new amazing plants, discovers the variegated and colorful, rare specimens, develops his garden, and learns about sustainability.
Mr. Subjunctive has 930 plants at home (excluding cuttings, seeds, a terrarium, outdoor stuff, aquarium plants, etc.) as of 11 Feb 2012, which was the last day this number changed. When not tending plants, he talks and writes about tending plants.
Lrong grows about 45 types of vegetables and 20 types of fruits. Read about the thrills and challenges of a Malaysian "student-gardener" and his garden in Japan.
Easy-to-do tips and guides for inexpensive and worry free gardening by Gardener Black.
A chronicle of a "Long Distance Gardener" as he transforms his land into an integrated farm and tropical garden retreat.
Stephanie lives in Malaysia and blogs her "green stories".
Every plant has a story to tell. In this blog the stories are relayed to us by esteemed botanist Tom Entwisle.
David blogs about his ever changing tropical garden.
A photography and garden blog that records the happenings in an Austin, Texas garden.
Steve Asbell shares his love for plants and art in his personal blog.