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Dynamis Essence: 50ml Australian Bush Flower Essence

Dynamis Essence: 50ml Australian Bush Flower Essence

Get Inspired by photos of Gardens from Australian Designers & Trade Professionals - Home Improvement Pages

Get Inspired by photos of Gardens from Australian Designers & Trade Professionals - Home Improvement Pages

1. What’s your advice for choosing a colour scheme for your garden?“Look to the house for clues, I often try and complement what is happening inside the house as you often view the garden looking through windows internally. Fabrics used on windows and furniture can often be reflected in the planting scheme of the garden. Fashions also dictate the colour scheme of the garden, its an exciting period now as hot reds, oranges and yellows are very much in favour in the garden, many her...

1. What’s your advice for choosing a colour scheme for your garden?“Look to the house for clues, I often try and complement what is happening inside the house as you often view the garden looking through windows internally. Fabrics used on windows and furniture can often be reflected in the planting scheme of the garden. Fashions also dictate the colour scheme of the garden, its an exciting period now as hot reds, oranges and yellows are very much in favour in the garden, many her...

Conversation | Garden designed by Paal Grant. Structural steel beams within the design are Boxspan steel beams by Spantec.

Conversation | Garden designed by Paal Grant. Structural steel beams within the design are Boxspan steel beams by Spantec.

'ZEPHIRINE DROUHIN' Rose can be grown as a shrub or a climber. This shrub of 'Zephirine Drouhin', in Vita’s rose garden (at Sissinghurst in England), is tied to 4 arcs made from branches inserted around the shrub. One of the arcs is somewhat visible in this picture. The stress on the forced curve of the cane encourages bud eyes to develop bloom-bearing stems. The method is called pegging or tying. ~ rosenotes.com

'ZEPHIRINE DROUHIN' Rose can be grown as a shrub or a climber. This shrub of 'Zephirine Drouhin', in Vita’s rose garden (at Sissinghurst in England), is tied to 4 arcs made from branches inserted around the shrub. One of the arcs is somewhat visible in this picture. The stress on the forced curve of the cane encourages bud eyes to develop bloom-bearing stems. The method is called pegging or tying. ~ rosenotes.com

Paul Bangay’s Stonefields Open Garden Weekend 2016 - tickets on sale at the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation.

Paul Bangay’s Stonefields Open Garden Weekend 2016 - tickets on sale at the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation.

Large glass dish (750mm diameter) birdbath with 5 bronze parrots in grape vine on a stone plinth

Large glass dish (750mm diameter) birdbath with 5 bronze parrots in grape vine on a stone plinth

Glass dish birdbath on stone plinth with three bronze parrots around the edge

Glass dish birdbath on stone plinth with three bronze parrots around the edge

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