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By | 2023-02-23T14:56:42+10:00 February 27th, 2023|

Emily Goldsmith is the founder of uBloomd. This young Australian indoor plant pest company was founded in 2021 and has already become a staple for thousands of Aussie plant parents. We are proud to Welcome Emily and her team to Interior Plantscape Association. uBloomd has revolutionised how to control fungus gnats in indoor plants. Their [...]

2023 Incoming President’s Message

By | 2023-02-20T14:06:01+10:00 February 22nd, 2023|

Good afternoon, Firstly, I would like to thank Cameron as the outgoing President for all the effort he has put into the association over the past two very difficult years.  I’m sure when Cameron put his hand up for the role, he had no idea, like most that Covid would run havoc in the community [...]

Outgoing 2022 President’s Message

By | 2023-02-20T14:03:17+10:00 February 22nd, 2023|

As we start back at work for the promising New Year, I would like to briefly reflect on the achievements of IPA over 2022. Whilst it was another year of challenges, IPA Executive Management Committee were kept busy in our 40th Anniversary year. Vice President Graeme Reid held the second of his Indoor plant technician [...]

NextGen – Making Living Walls Easy

By | 2023-01-30T10:29:14+10:00 January 30th, 2023|

There is a perception that Living Walls are: Hard to install Difficult to plant Complicated to maintain Little after sale support After more than 15 years of installing and maintaining Green Walls and Living Wall systems, Green Design Indoor Plant Hire NSW want to put an end to that way of thinking. They have not [...]

Inaugural Awards Winner – Small Installation: Nerida’s Interior Plantscaping

By | 2022-11-01T15:30:22+10:00 November 1st, 2022|

Small Installation – Nerida’s Interior Plantscaping Vic www.neridasinteriorplantscaping.com.au The brief from their client was to make a busy public shopping centre space feel more friendly and inviting to address antisocial behaviour and to attract shoppers to stay longer.  Plants had to be safe for use in a public space including food court areas with consideration [...]

Inaugural Awards Winner – Medium Installation: Green Design

By | 2022-11-01T15:31:30+10:00 November 1st, 2022|

Medium Installation - Green Design Indoor Plant Hire, NSW www.greendesign.com.au When we were approached by this client in November, they wanted an installation by early January. As you can imagine, this is a very busy time of year for everyone, including the other stakeholders we would be working with.  They wanted as much nature as [...]

Inaugural Awards Winner – Large Installation: Outside In

By | 2022-11-01T15:32:01+10:00 November 1st, 2022|

Large Installation – Outside In, NZ www.outsidein.net.nz When moving into their new build offices, the client wanted a space that would bring calm to a busy workplace. A high-profile office for 300 plus staff, they wanted to emulate the New Zealand forest experience. Two story terrarium looking across the internal building void Reception and entrance [...]

Presidents Message

By | 2022-05-24T15:44:28+10:00 May 27th, 2022|

Hi to all IPA members! It is a great time for indoor plants, offices are filling back up, the phone is ringing with quotes and life seems to be getting back to the new normal. A few updates regarding your Industry Association – IPA. We have officially announced the 2022 IPA Industry Awards to celebrate [...]

Interior Plantscape Association Pilot –“Indoor Plant Technician” Workshop

By | 2022-05-10T15:42:27+10:00 May 16th, 2022|

On a perfect Melbourne Spring afternoon, Victorian IPA members gathered for the pilot of Graeme Reid’s ‘Indoor Plant Technician’ workshop - free to member’s event. Hosted by indoor and outdoor plant supplier LandscapeLink the workshop was a casual and social event as well as informative for participants and a learning curve for IPA. Kevin and [...]

“Like an unpredictable cyclone”

By | 2022-05-09T14:54:22+10:00 March 1st, 2022|

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says the intense weather smashing the State's south east is "like an unpredictable cyclone". "No one expected this rain bomb to be sitting over the south east of our State for such a long period of time," she said. A BoM spokeswoman said the main focus of the storms had been [...]