Welcome  to

'Tropical Breeze'

a Tropical Garden in Sydney

Sydney gardening is about change - the new design trend is tropical plants.
Tropical plants have historically been grown in Sydney since the early 1800s with records of plant collectors introducing tropical plants as early as 1808. Sydney is not tropical - it is generally regarded as warm temperate but is often called a subtropical climate by passionate plant collectors. These plant collectors are focused on gardening in Australia.

Growing tropical plants in your garden is easy.

When you think of the tropics, images of lush greenery, swaying palm trees and gardens full of vibrant colours of flowers and foliage, come to mind. This can all be achieved by selecting tough tropicals that do well in Sydney.



Garden Tour
A photo tour of my garden. 
Visit the
Pavilion Garden,  Pool Garden
 Lower Garden   Front Garden.  
Plant Photos
Photos of the many different tropical
plants in the

Pavilion Garden,   Pool Garden,
Lower Garden  Front Garden

My Garden Blog
For the latest in the garden

Garden  Journal
History of how my garden came to be
and how I created it.

Cordyline photos
 and find out how to grow them.



'Tropical Breeze' is open with Open Gardens Australia
15-16 March 2014.  
Members of the Tropical Garden Society of Sydney will be selling tropical plants