Sneak Peek: Ingrid Weir. "A year and a half ago, this garden was mostly weeds. The gravel base was inspired by filmmaker Derek Jarman’s garden in Dungeness in the UK. The flowers were bought over the Internet and have taken amazingly. One local theory is that the soil is very fertile due to all the gold and fruit trees that enrich it!" #sneakpeek

"A year and a half ago, this garden was mostly weeds. The gravel base was inspired by filmmaker Derek Jarman’s garden in Dungeness in the UK. The flowers were bought over the Internet and have taken amazingly.

Bright + Bold

Planning a rustic or whimsical-inspired wedding? Check out this Craspedia wedding flower inspiration for ways to add this quirky flower to your decor.

unstructured native bouquet with proteas

Oversized, untamed and packed with gorgeous natives - this incredible bouquet by is everything we love in a bouquet. If you missed Chris & Anneke's modern Townsville wedding, be sure to get your floral fix over on the homepage.

Native bouquet // Hello May

Love this bouquet! Maybe with some deep pink tones, and a couple of textured components (twiggy/berries) Native bouquet // Hello May

Swallows Nest Farm: Colourful Summer Wedding in Early December

I like the shape and proportions of big flower shapes with whimsical berry/small round shapes sticking out and green leaves framing the base.

The sight of a wild landscape covered with heathers in full bloom is breathtaking, so it is little surprise that people have found ways of introducing these rewarding plants into their gardens. Here t

Gardening With Hardy Heathers (Paperback)

The sight of a wild landscape covered with heathers in full bloom is breathtaking, so it is little surprise that people have found ways of introducing these rewarding plants into their gardens.

I do love colour. This grove in the north east ‘goes off’ in spring with Grevillea ‘Moonlight’, Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘CWA Pink’, Anigozanthos ‘Bush Pizazz’, Grevillea ‘Jennifer Joy’, Callistemon spp. and Leptospermum ‘Cardwell’

This grove in the north east ‘goes off’ in spring with Grevillea ‘Moonlight’, Chamelaucium uncinatum ‘CWA Pink’, Anigozanthos ‘Bush Pizazz’, Grevillea ‘Jennifer Joy’, Callistemon spp. and Leptospermum ‘Cardwell’

'Ch 18. Elusive landscapes: Australians and the Italian garden. Lambley Nursery. Ascot. Victoria.

& Elusive landscapes: Australians and the Italian garden& in Australians in Italy: Contemporary Lives and Impressions by Bill Kent [editor];

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