More ideas from Emma
If we can't have hydrangeas, would love something similar. Also really like the tree either for front and or back garden.

If we can't have hydrangeas, would love something similar. Also really like the tree either for front and or back garden.

Pleached Ficus Hilli is a better specimen for using 'pleached' if you go down that path ben-more robust in terms of their water requirments

Pleached Ficus Hilli is a better specimen for using 'pleached' if you go down that path ben-more robust in terms of their water requirments

Syzygium australe 'Aussie Southern' / Lilly Pilly. Could be good for screening the neighbour's garage, behind the jacaranda. Looks like it is quite narrow, or can be kept that way at least.:

Syzygium australe 'Aussie Southern' / Lilly Pilly. Could be good for screening the neighbour's garage, behind the jacaranda. Looks like it is quite narrow, or can be kept that way at least.:

"Fairy petticoats", "fringe bells", "blue olive berry", etc. Elaeocarpus family (angustifolius); subtropical tree: S.E. Asia, Australia, Indonesia, India, Nepal, etc. Naturalized to Africa.

"Fairy petticoats", "fringe bells", "blue olive berry", etc. Elaeocarpus family (angustifolius); subtropical tree: S.E. Asia, Australia, Indonesia, India, Nepal, etc. Naturalized to Africa.

I like the neatness of this image for the front garden. Maybe not grass, though - then I would have to cut it!

I like the neatness of this image for the front garden. Maybe not grass, though - then I would have to cut it!