mass plantings contrasting shades of green - Secret Gardens of Sydney

Cool colours and beautiful textures with small leafed Westringia and Santolina(?) by Secret Gardens of Sydney. Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.

Ashburton, Victoria

Winding paths of permeable gravel create planting pockets and a desire to explore.

Facing south are plants that can cope with poor and dry soils, like Crowea ‘Festival’, Lomandra cylindrica ‘Lime Cascade’ and Westringia spp

Perched on the top of a windswept hill in the Hunter Valley, this Australian native garden started with some lofty goals: to offer beautiful views from the house;

merging sleepers and boulders to create both a retaining wall and a bench seat - from iconic Australian landscape architect Ellis Stone.

Iconic Australian Landscape Architects – Ellis Stones

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