[Sydney, NSW, July 2023] – Aussie Green Thumb, a pioneer in promoting sustainable and regionally appropriate gardening across Australia, is delighted to announce the acquisition of GardeningNativePlants.com, a leading authority on Australian native plants. This acquisition, completed in July 2023, signifies a milestone in Aussie Green Thumb's mission to inspire gardeners nationwide to embrace the beauty and ecological benefits of native plants.
GardeningNativePlants.com has been instrumental in championing the cultivation of native Australian flora, offering invaluable resources, from in-depth plant guides to innovative landscaping ideas that celebrate Australia's unique botanical heritage. Their commitment to environmental stewardship and the propagation of native species has made them a beloved resource among eco-conscious gardeners and professionals alike.
"The union of Aussie Green Thumb and GardeningNativePlants.com is a natural fit, like the mycorrhizal networks that sustain our native forests," said Maisie Blevins, of Aussie Green Thumb. "Together, we will forge a path towards a gardening ethos that not only enhances our gardens' aesthetics but also supports the local ecosystem, promoting biodiversity and water conservation."
The acquisition is set to enrich Aussie Green Thumb's repertoire with a treasure trove of knowledge on native plants, from the fiery reds of the Waratah to the delicate blooms of the Kangaroo Paw. This partnership will enable Australian gardeners to access an unparalleled source of information on native plant gardening, fostering a deeper connection with the land and its natural beauty.
By integrating GardeningNativePlants.com's expertise with its platform, Aussie Green Thumb aims to ignite a nationwide passion for native gardening, offering watering advice, tips, and inspiration to transform gardens into havens for wildlife and sanctuaries for the soul.
In celebration of this new chapter, Aussie Green Thumb invites gardeners of all levels to explore the wonders of native plants. Together, we can cultivate a greener, more sustainable future for Australian gardening.