Going indoors with 'her indoors' at the Melbourne garden show
Updated: Jul 13, 2018
"Winter is coming!" That is a cry most Game of Thrones fans would be most familiar with. But what does that have to do with indoor plants?
Well winter has actually well and truly arrived here in northern Tasmania. This morning when I woke up, I saw the nearby Norfolk Plains covered in fog, and frost coating the grass down slope of our home. Let's just say it was a wee bit chilly.
So with the cooler weather, I am now spending more time indoors. And so are many of you, except you lucky people in the Northern Hemisphere! Oh to be in France at the moment!
Anyway, back to reality. And the point. Ahem.
If you are cooped up indoors, you may be spending less time gardening outdoors. So why not garden indoors?!
To provide you with a little indoor planting inspiration, check out my latest article for Hort Journal Australia. My article starts on page 26.
In the article, I detail my trip to the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show, where several interior installations caught my eye, including the Flamingo Hotel pictured below.
This display certainly inspired me. I hope it inspires you too!
Alice Crowe was kept busy with the crowds visiting the Flamingo Hotel display