We were in West Brunswick last week, preparing a front garden for renovation, and had the opportunity to revisit a garden I had worked on a couple of years ago. A back garden for a young and growing family, complete with chooks and dog.
A gorgeous start to October, here’s the view on the way to the office. I heard Neil Robertson (formerly of Open Gardens Australia) suggest recently that the ideal garden is deciduous trees and Euphorbia! I think he is on to something. Here is the view on the way to my office at the bottom of the garden. More
A new suburban house on a narrow block. Our client requested an extremely low maintenance and low / no water garden that provided use of their limited north facing outdoor space. The solution was to use exposed aggregate concrete paving with minimalist planting to soften the expanse. More
Our client had just completed construction of a substantial new family home. The brief included allowing provision for additional car parking in the front garden, creating a view along the narrow north facing sideway and the challenge of providing both a modern entertainment area alongside a play area for a growing family.