Not only do fine-leaved plants withstand heavy coastal winds, but they look great when mass planted adjacent to other fine-leaved plants.

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.

love the mixture of river rock and railroad wood tracks to make a path through succulents and boulders

Nice combo: mixture of river rock and railroad wood tracks to make a path through succulents and boulders

westringia fruticosa grey box coastal rosemary; flowers in spring summer and autumn. ideal for hedging. 40 cm high and wide. Excellent in coastal positions

Westringia Fruticosa - Grey Box Coastal Rosemary // Zone 1 // Front garden hedge or bush. 40 cm high and wide. Excellent in coastal positions.

dry garden with grasses, clipped shrubs, windswept trees, open wood fence - wabisabi, by Fiona Brockhoff Design, Victoria, Australia

i think this kind of palette could fit your lower terrace and front of house garden beds = dry garden with grasses, clipped shrubs, windswept trees, open wood fence

Fiona Brockhoff Design - screen for back of house - Allocasuarina littoralis, grasses, ? westringia

Fiona Brockhoff Design - screen for back of house - Allocasuarina littoralis, grasses, Austrostipa Stipoides


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